Further Reading

British 1990 growth charts at http://www.healthforallchildren.co.uk. Cole TJ (1993) The use and construction of anthropometric growth reference standards. Nutrition Research Reviews 6: 19-50. Cole TJ (1997) 3-in-1 weight monitoring chart [Research letter].

Lancet 349: 102-103. Cole TJ (2000) A simple chart to assess non-familial short stature.

Archives of Disease in Childhood 82: 173-176. Hall DMB (2000) Growth monitoring. Archives of Disease in

Childhood 82: 10-15. International Information Support Centre at http://

www.asksource.info/ Jelliffe DB and Jelliffe EFP (1990) Growth Monitoring and Promotion in Young Children. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Panpanich R and Garner P (2003) Growth Monitoring in Children [Cochrane review], The Cochrane Library, Issue 3. Oxford: Update Software. Teaching-Aids at Low Cost at http://www.talcuk.org/ US CDC 2000 growth charts at http://www.cdc.gov/growthcharts/

van Buuren S, van Dommelen P, Zandwijken GRJ et al. (2004) Towards evidence based referral criteria for growth monitoring. Archives of Disease in Childhood 89: 336-341. WHO (1986) The Growth Chart: A Tool for Use in Infant and Child Health Care. Geneva: WHO.

WHO (1995) Physical Status: The Use and Interpretation of

Anthropometry. Geneva: WHO. Wright CM (2000) Identification and management of failure to thrive: A community perspective. Archives of Disease in Childhood 82: 5-9.

Gut Flora see Microbiota of the Intestine: Probiotics; Prebiotics

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