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Download Nutritional Care for High-Risk Newborns (Groh-Wargo, Nutritional Care for High-Risk Newborns) eBook
ISBN:
1566251338
Author:
Sharon Groh-Wargo
Category:
Medicine
Language:
English
Publisher:
Taylor Trade Publishing; Revised edition (January 7, 2004)
Pages:
711 pages
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The information in the book is presented without bias, and references are cited in support of both sides of an issue

The chapters within each of the 5 sections have many unique and up-to-date features. The information in the book is presented without bias, and references are cited in support of both sides of an issue. An example of this is the discussion on the use of cysteine in par-enteral nutrition solutions, the benefits and risks of intravenous lipids, and the enteral feeding of infants with indwelling umbilical arterial catheters.

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All titles : " Nutritional care for high-risk newborns ". Save as: AGRIS AP. Groh-Wargo, S. Lookup at Google Scholar. A comprehensive nutrition resource for those who care for newborn infants who are at risk for developing disease or disability due to premature birth, low birth weight, or compromising medical condition.

Risk for High Blood Pressure at 7 years of Age: Results From the Collaborative Perinatal Project.

Chicago, IL: Precept Press, Inc. 2000. Gaining and Growing: Assuring Nutritional Care of Preterm Infants, 2007. Retrieved from ww. epts. edu/growing, October 22, 2010. Schanler, . Shulman, . and Chantal, L. Feeding strategies for premature infants: Beneficial outcomes of feeding fortified milk versus preterm formula. Risk for High Blood Pressure at 7 years of Age: Results From the Collaborative Perinatal Project. Pediatrics 119(6) e1264-1270, 2007. Loomis, . Merritt, . Khalak, R. Postdischarge Feedings for the Preterm Infant.

TRANSITION AND COORDINATION OF CARE - The care of the infant discharged from the neonatal intensive care unit . A plan for nutritional support (including lactation support if breastfeeding) and monitoring of growth also should be established

TRANSITION AND COORDINATION OF CARE - The care of the infant discharged from the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) should be directed by a physician or other health care professional who is experienced in the care of these high-risk infants and can provide a "medical home" with the ability to provide direct medical care, coordinate care provided by other clinicians and services, monitor. A plan for nutritional support (including lactation support if breastfeeding) and monitoring of growth also should be established. Neurodevelopmental follow-up in a special program should be arranged for extremely preterm and other high-risk infants.

Unlike older textbooks, this must-have book targets physicians, nurses, and nutritionists as its prime audience. by Sharon Groh-Wargo. Select Format: Hardcover. Select Condition: Like New.

About publications (21) network. Working group reports: evaluation of the evidence to support practice guidelines for nutritional care of preterm infants-the Pre-B Project. Publications 21. Publications by authors named "Sharon Groh-Wargo". Are you Sharon Groh-Wargo? Register this Author. Authors: Daniel J Raiten Alison L Steiber Susan E Carlson Ian Griffin Diane Anderson William W Hay Sandra Robins Josef Neu Michael K Georgieff Sharon Groh-Wargo Tanis R Fenton.

Unlike older textbooks, this must-have book targets physicians, nurses, and nutritionists as its prime audience.