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Zuluaga Vargas, J., & Romero, H. A. (2013). Alimentación enteral del recién nacido prematuro. Revista Repertorio De Medicina Y Cirugía, 22(2), 81-88. https://doi.org/10.31260/RepertMedCir.v22.n2.2013.855

Autores/as

Jerónimo Zuluaga Vargas
Héctor Alfonso Romero

Resumen

En la práctica pediátrica y neonatal cada día sube la frecuencia de recién nacidos con mayor prematurez que requieren cuidados especiales dadas sus condiciones de base, con el fin de mejorar la sobrevida y disminuir las morbilidades a largo plazo. La nutrición utilizando el aparato digestivo en estos pacientes ha sido un reto importante y cambiante en el enfoque que se da a la misma, pues se ha relacionado con patologías específicas y se ha demostrado que mejorán­ dola disminuiremos de manera importante las complicaciones futuras. Hay que tener en cuenta que la nutrición en el período neonatal tiene inferencia en el desarrollo y salud posterior del individuo en la edad adulta.

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