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Early enteral feeding after pediatric abdominal surgery: A systematic review of the literature.

Greer D; Karunaratne YG; Karpelowsky J; Adams S.
Journal of Pediatric Surgery.

A review aimed to outline evidence supporting early enteral nutrition in children following abdominal surgery.

Nutrition Therapy in Critically Ill Patients With Coronavirus Disease 2019

Martindale R; Patel JJ; Taylor B; Arabi YM; Warren M; McClave SA.
Journal of Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition.

Development of principles of critical care nutrition modified for the constraints of COVID-19.

Nutritional support for critically ill patients with COVID-19: New strategy for a new disease?

Travers CP; Wang T; Salas AA; Schofield E; Dills M; Laney D; Yee A; Bhatia A; Winter L; Ambalavanan N; Carlo WA.
Journal of Pediatrics.

The objective was to determine whether higher-volume feedings improve growth outcomes among infants born very preterm.

A Pilot Study to Reduce Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections in Children From Extremely Low-Income Settings With Intestinal Failure-Meeting the Challenge.

Fuchs I; Rosenbaum D; Klein I; Einhorn M; Pinsk V; Shelef Y; Sherf A; Press Y; Yerushalmi B.
Journal of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Societ.

Development of an intervention for reduction of rates of CLABSI and central venous catheter replacements in this population.

Quantitative Assessment of Trace-Element Contamination in Parenteral Nutrition Components

Olson LM; Wieruszewski PM; Jannetto PJ; Abbott JC; McMahon MM; Nystrom EM.
Journal of Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition.

Quantification of trace-element contamination in components used for parenteral nutrition compounding for recommendations for MTE product reformulation and individualized trace-element prescribing in parenteral nutrition.

Nutritional Intake Influences Zinc Levels in Preterm Newborns: An Observational Study.

Terrin G; Boscarino G; Di Chiara M; Iacobelli S; et.al.
Nutrients.

Prospective study to assess the relationship between early macronutrients intake and serum zinc levels, in preterm newborns with
in NICU.

The Course Of IGF-1 Levels and Nutrient Intake in Extremely and Very Preterm Infants During Hospitalisation

Yumani DFJ; Calor AK; van Weissenbruch MM.
Nutrients.

This study evaluated any associations between the course of IGF-1 levels and nutrient intake between preterm and 36 weeks postmenstrual age

Intradialytic parenteral nutrition improves nutritional status in a complex cystic fibrosis patient with redo double lung transplant and end-stage renal disease.

Melville T; Vardy K; Milliner L; Angus R
BMJ Case Reports.

Case study report on the use of intradialytic parenteral nutrition to address severe malnutrition in a middle aged woman, redo double lung transplant recipient with a complex medical history including cystic fibrosis and end-stage renal disease on hemodialysis.

A randomized controlled trial protocol comparing the feeds of fresh versus frozen mother's own milk for preterm infants in the NICU

Huiqing Sun, Yun Cao, […]Shoo K. Lee
Trials [Electronic Resource].

Study to discover if one feed of fresh mother’s own milk per day is safe, feasible, and can reduce morbidity in preterm infants.

Cross-sectional Evaluation of Home Enteral Nutrition Practice in the United States in the Context of the New Enteral Connectors.

Analysis of a survey focusing on home enteral nutrition patient demographics, tube types, formula used, and tube clogging complications.