With current medical technology, it is becoming more common for preterm babies to reach their growth potential. Have you ever wondered what current research is saying about improving growth outcomes for pre-term babies? The video is an adaptation of Dr. Christoph Fusch’s seminar on "How to avoid postnatal growth retardation in preterm infants surviving neonatal intensive care."

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References
  • Rochow, N.; Fusch, G.; Mühlinghaus, A.; Niesytto, C.; Straube, S.; Utzig, N.; Fusch, C. A Nutritional Program to Improve Outcome of Very Low Birth Weight Infants. Clin. Nutr. 2012, 31, 124.
  • Rochow, N.; Fusch, G.; Choi, A.; Chessell, L.; Elliott, L.; McDonald, K.; Kuiper, E.; Purcha, M.; Turner, S.; Chan, E.; et al. Target Fortification of Breast Milk with Fat, Protein, and Carbohydrates for Preterm Infants. J. Pediatr. 2013, 163, 1001.
  • Ballard, O.; Morrow, A. L. Human Milk Composition. Pediatr. Clin. North Am. 2013, 60, 49.
  • Stern, M. P.; Haffner, S. M. Body Fat Distribution and Hyperinsulinemia as Risk Factors for Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease. Arteriosclerosis 1986, 6, 123.
  • Blackwell, M. T.; Eichenwald, E. C.; McAlmon, K.; Petit, K.; Linton, P. T.; McCormick, M. C.; Richardson, D. K. Interneonatal Intensive Care Unit Variation in Growth Rates and Feeding Practices in Healthy Moderately Premature Infants. J. Perinatol. 2005, 25, 478.
  • Fusch, C.; Samiee-Zafarghandy, S. Promoting Healthy Growth and Nutrition in Preterm Infants: A Challenge for Clinicians and Researchers. Clin. Biochem. 2014, 47, 711.
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