Neonatal Nutrition for Inflammatory Disorders and Necrotizing Enterocolitis

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November 2020
232 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03943-481-7 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-03943-482-4 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Neonatal Nutrition for Inflammatory Disorders and Necrotizing Enterocolitis that was published in

Medicine & Pharmacology
Public Health & Healthcare
This Nutrients Special Issue focuses on neonatal nutritional advances for inflammatory disorders affecting infants such as necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC). Nutrition can significantly impact the development of certain diseases that afflict infants. This Special Issue aims to bring together the latest research on the role of nutrition in preventing or impacting neonatal disorders. Specifically, this Special Issue focuses on the role of breast milk or donor breast milk and the various components in milk that have been demonstrated to protect against NEC and other inflammatory diseases. This issue provides a comprehensive composite of the advances in nutritional strategies that can modulate or prevent neonatal intestinal disorders.
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donor breast milk; human milk; milk analysis; very low birth weight; preterm; growth; preterm infant; human milk; donor human milk; formula feeding; breastfeeding; necrotizing enterocolitis; growth; breast milk; necrotizing enterocolitis; prematurity; immunity; newborn; inflammation; colostrum administration; premature neonates; inflammation; clinical outcomes; necrotizing enterocolitis; prematurity; intestinal resection; short bowel syndrome; intestinal adaptation; microbiome; parenteral nutrition; hormones; breast milk; breast milk; milk fat globule; long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids; premature infants; necrotizing enterocolitis; necrotizing enterocolitis; inflammation; neonatal; intestine; prematurity; human milk; glycosaminoglycans; human milk; breast milk; intestinal inflammation; bioactive; necrotizing enterocolitis; human milk; donor milk; neonatal; gastroschisis; intestinal atresia; necrotizing enterocolitis; human milk fortifier; patient empowerment; breast milk; neonatal nutrition; prematurity; communication; product labeling; donor milk; NICU parent; extracellular vesicle; exosome; necrotizing enterocolitis; breast milk; necrotizing enterocolitis; immature intestine; formula; osmolality; inflammation; microbiome; breastmilk; late onset sepsis; bloodstream infections; enteric pathogens; human milk banks; NEC; meta-analysis; breast-feeding; spontaneous intestinal perforation; prematurity; feeding; nutrition

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