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  1. Kirurgisk behandling ved kvindelig infertilitet

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  2. Surfactant therapy of respiratory distress syndrome

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  3. DBCG Kvalitetsdatabase for Brystkræft – resumé af årsrapport 2020

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  4. Nærdødsoplevelser

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  5. Hjertestop hos en patient med langt QT-syndrom i androgendeprivationsterapi

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  1. Radiographic Imaging to Evaluate Food Passage Rate in Preterm Piglets as a Model for Preterm Infants

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  2. Gastric Residual to Predict Necrotizing Enterocolitis in Preterm Piglets As Models for Infants

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  3. Gut transit time, using radiological contrast imaging, to predict early signs of necrotizing enterocolitis

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  4. Mildly Pasteurized Whey Protein Promotes Gut Tolerance in Immature Piglets Compared with Extensively Heated Whey Protein

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  5. Childhood body mass index in relation to subsequent risk of type 1 diabetes-A Danish cohort study

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This review summarises the present knowledge of nutrition for infants. Breastfeeding and mother's own milk is recommended for both term and preterm born infants. Much research has been centred on providing optimal nutrition in very preterm infants to improve both their short- and long-term outcomes. Growth charts are very important for all those taking care of and treating both term and preterm born infants. In very preterm infants, the optimal growth velocity remains uncertain. Growth failure is harmful, but rapid weight gain may be harmful as well. Growth can in both term and preterm born infants be evaluated by using WHO growth standards 2006 and 2017.

Translated title of the contributionNutrition for term and preterm born infants
Original languageDanish
JournalUgeskrift for Laeger
Volume182
Issue number7A
ISSN0041-5782
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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