Fast Facts: Infant Nutrition
Early nutrition is critical to the health and development of infants as nutritional care may influence disease prognosis, clinical course, hospitalisation and propensity for disease in adulthood.
'Fast Facts: Infant Nutrition' is a practical, evidence-based guide for general physicians, nurses, health visitors and all healthcare professionals dealing with infants and their parents. The authors, both experts of international standing, offer sound management advice and protocols in a clear and accessible way supported by numerous illustrations and tables.
Covers the correct nutrition of healthy infants and the nutritional management of disease
Includes health and safety aspects of infant nutrition
Offers a ground-breaking, practical approach to the management of feeding problems
Reviews the emerging results of trials designed to explore the effects of early nutrition on long-term health and development
Infant formulas and other milks
Other fluids in infant feeding
Transition to solid foods
Food safety and general health issues
A practical approach to feeding problems
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