TITLE

Practical Aspects of Infant Feeding

AUTHOR(S)
Sly, R. Michael
PUB. DATE
January 1963
SOURCE
Clinical Pediatrics;Jan1963, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p21
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses practical aspects of infant feeding. Economics and efficiency in infant feeding; Study of techniques of preparation of formulas for infant feeding; Study of premature infants fed cold formulas.
ACCESSION #
16745089

 

Related Articles

  • Formula 411. Bell, Alison // Baby Talk;May2004, Vol. 69 Issue 4, p81 

    Presents a guide that will help mothers in selecting the best milk formula for babies. Reason for the decision of doctors to recommend cow's milk-based formulas; Formulas recommended by doctors for infants who are allergic to milk and soy; Nutrients added to milk formulas that aid in the...

  • Juice in Ready-To-Use Bottles and Nursing Bottle Caries.  // Clinical Pediatrics;Feb1979, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p107 

    This article reports that prolonged bottle feeding of infants over 12 months of age can lead to nursing bottle caries, a severe form of dental decay. For this reason, it is wise to teach infants to drink from a cup as they approach their first birthday. The use of juices from a bottle should be...

  • Effect of Artificial Nipple Use on Breastfeeding. Sexton, Sumi M. // American Family Physician;9/15/2003, Vol. 68 Issue 6, p1181 

    Discusses the study "Randomized Clinical Trial of Pacifier Use and Bottle-Feeding or Cupfeeding and Their Effect on Breastfeeding," by C.R. Howard et al., published in the May 2003 issue of the journal "Pediatrics."

  • Chapter 35: The Term Infant. Ziegler, Ekhard E.; Fomon, Samuel J.; Carlson, Susan J. // Nutrition in Pediatrics: Basic Science & Clinical Applications;2008, p403 

    Chapter 35 of the book "Nutrition in Pediatrics: Basic Science & Clinical Applications" is presented. The chapter discusses trends in infant feeding. From the end of the nineteenth century through the first half of the nineteenth century, success at formula feeding gradually improved. The aim...

  • Infant Formulas and Gastrointestinal Illness. Koopman, James S.; Turkish, Verna Jean; Monto, Arnold S. // American Journal of Public Health;May85, Vol. 75 Issue 5, p477 

    Infants under age one in a pediatric practice were followed prospectively, and the determinants of acme gastrointestinal illness were evaluated in case-control pairs, matched by birth month. The risk of acute gastrointestinal illness in infants receiving formula was six times greater than in...

  • A Review of Instruments Used to Predict Early Breastfeeding Attrition. Lewallen, Lynne Porter // Journal of Perinatal Education;Winter2006, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p26 

    Few women breastfeed for 6 months or longer, and many who stop breastfeeding do so in the early postpartum period. To increase the number of breastfeeding mothers, health-care providers need to identify women at greatest risk for early breastfeeding attrition. This integrative review describes...

  • Growth and Tolerance Studies of a New Infant Formula. Sickles, V. S.; Tuley, A. J.; Bader, P.; Camaggio, V. A.; Exon, W. J.; Hargett, I. A.; Keathley, S. E.; Wolf, A.; Cordano, A. // Clinical Pediatrics;Nov1984, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p617 

    A new routine infant formula has been developed and clinically tested. The clinical study reported hen involved 337 normal newborns cared for by six private pediatric group practices Infants were examined regularly by the investigators until six months of age. Serum biochemistries, hematology...

  • Hitting the bottle.  // Australian Parents;Oct/Nov2006, p44 

    The article offers tips on bottle feeding of babies. Breast is best, but occasionally mothers may need to express their milk. When mothers are planning to return to work, they need to learn to express their breast milk and allow a carer to feed it to their babies via a bottle. The needs of their...

  • Supplemented Infant Formulas: Which is the Best? Selimoglu, Mukadder Ayse // Current Nutrition & Food Science;2006, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p59 

    The introduction of infant formulas created a new age in infant feeding practices. With the introduction of infant formulas, it became a great ambition to create a more adapted product, as the composition of breast milk is gold standard for infant feeding. In this paper, it was aimed to review...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of NEW JERSEY STATE LIBRARY

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics