Feeding Oligosaccharides (prebiotics) to the Preterm Infant

Thursday, Jun 22, 2017

Importance of feeding prebiotics to preterm infants. To reduction stool viscosity, improvement of gastrointestinal transit, positive effect on gut flora, less serious neonatal infections.


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