NEWSLETTER: Neonatal Total Nutrition Therapy (Neo-TNT): Best-Practice Nutrition Care For Premature Infants
Neo-TNT News features best-practice nutrition care for premature infants. Highlights from the Neo-TNT program include monitoring methods for neonatal growth, biochemical, clinical, and nutrient intake status; protein needs for optimal growth and development; progressive feeding and human milk fortification; and creating a NICU feeding protocol.
Breastfeeding is best for babies and is recommended for as long as possible during infancy.
Human milk should be fortified for very low birthweight infants.
PRESENTER: SHARON GROH-WARGO, PHD, RD, LD
PRESENTER: NICHOLAS EMBLETON, MD, FRCPCH
PRESENTER: RICHARD J. SCHANLER, MD, FAAP
PRESENTER: OSCAR HINCAPIÉ REYES, MD
MODERATOR: LARRY WILLIAMS, MD
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