The 4-year journey of feeding intolerance of an enterally-fed child from 9 months of age
A child (Child M) born premature at 33 weeks and 4 days with a complex secondary diagnosis that included GORD, failure to thrive, IUGR, vitamin D resistant rickets, abnormal vocal cords and chronic lung disease. All of which resulted in the need for increased nutritional requirements. This case study discusses the different feeds that were used to manage the complex feeding ...
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Silbernagl, Clinical lead HEN Dietitian, Home Enteral Nutrition Team, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust