2 edition of Essentials of infant feeding and paediatric practice found in the catalog.
Essentials of infant feeding and paediatric practice
Henry Pulteney Wright
|Statement||by Henry P. Wright ...|
|Series||Oxford medical publications|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1934|
Early intervention is services for infants and toddlers who have developmental deficiency or considered high risk due to the environmental or biologic factors. The aim of the early intervention is increasing the physical, cognitive and emotional capacities of infants/toddlers with protecting them from the environmental or biological risk factors. Early intervention should start as soon as Cited by: 1. Inadequate feeding practices associated with bottle feeding of infant formula or use of bottle feeding as a methods to soothe infants can contribute to greater energy intake. It is not uncommon for mothers add cereal to the bottle in the belief that doing so will help the infant sleep longer.
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Essentials of infant feeding and paediatric practice. This book of some pages is written by the physician-in-chief to the Montreal Children's Hospital.
It is for the benefit of the trained nurse and of the student and practitioner of medicine. The first section deals Author: H. Wright. The first section (sixty-two pages) is devoted to general topics, as growth and development, physiology, hygiene, breast feeding, artificial feeding and stools in infancy.
The second section (sixty-seven pages) deals with disturbances of nutrition, including failures to gain weight, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, prematurity, rickets, tetany and scurvy. The second chapter (fifteen pages) is devoted to physiology.
In the third chapter (five pages) the hygiene and care of infants are discussed. Chapter 4, entitled "The Infants' Dietary," is made up of general considerations of cow's milk, various sugars and proprietary infant foods.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wright, Henry Pulteney, Essentials of infant feeding and paediatric practice. London, Oxford Univ.
Press, The first deals with the growth and development, the physiology, and the care and feeding of the infant. All topics are treated briefly. The use of zinc stearate is advocated without warning of the danger of an inhalation pneumonia.
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