Preterm Nutrition: Effect on Growth, Morbidity and Cognition

Tuesday, Jul 04, 2017

Nutrition of extremely preterms is one of the most important areas for improvement in neonatal care. Nutrition of preterm infants can be improved by: Education of physicians, improved parenteral nutrition solutions, prescribing iron drops to all newborns with birth weight < 2500g

 

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