The Rapid Rehabilitation of Severely Undernourished Children
The main concern of this book is with parenteral nutrition, but to help us to find out how much food to give a severely undernourished child through a vein we must consider what an equally undernourished child with a functional gastrointestinal tract will take, and how it will grow if it does so.
KeywordsParenteral Nutrition Specific Dynamic Action Potassium Sodium Recommend Daily Intake Undernourished Child
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