In each of these four interrelated, live webinars, a two-member faculty panel discusses optimal approaches to neonatal nutrition, using case examples to illustrate key points and emphasize the role of nutrition in promoting long-term health. Each event will allow time for an open-audience discussion. Note: This series is supported by an Abbott Nutrition educational grant.
FREE Continuing Education: Up to 3.0 CME/CE/CPEU credits
Join two leading experts for an in-depth discussion of how the assembly of microbial communities within the gastrointestinal tract during early life critically influences immune, metabolic, endocrine, and other key developmental pathways.
This lively discussion will feature two clinical experts as they review the signs and symptoms of NEC, and explore the latest interventions for the prevention and treatment of this potentially devastating disease.
Learn more about how probiotic and prebiotic supplementation for preterm infants has provided new opportunities−as well as some challenges−for clinicians involved in the care of infants in the NICU.
Clinical leaders in neonatal health care discuss evidence-based recommendations for the use of prebiotics and probiotics in infant nutrition, as well as evolving guidelines and ongoing research.
[0.50 CME/CE/CPEU credits] Read an in-depth review of the pivotal role of gut microbiota in neonatal health and development. This article is supported by an Abbott Nutrition educational grant.
[0.25 CME/CE/CPEU credits] Read a case study that examines best nutrition practices for a preterm, very-low-birthweight infant with suspected NEC. This case clinic is supported by an Abbott Nutrition....
Hear about the role of prebiotics and probiotics in the NICU.
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