Further Reading

Berseth CL (2001) Feeding methods for the preterm infant. Seminars in Neonatology 6: 417-424.

Denne SC (2001) Protein and energy requirements in preterm infants. Seminars in Neonatology 6: 377-382.

Embleton NE, Pang N, and Cooke RJ (2001) Postnatal malnutrition and growth retardation: an inevitable consequence of current recommendations in preterm infants? Pediatrics 107(2): 270-273.

Griffinc IJ (2002) Postdischarge nutrition for high risk neonates. Clinical Perinatology 29(2): 327-344.

Hay WW, Lucas A, Heird WC et al. (1999) Workshop summary: nutrition of the extremely low birth weight infant. Pediatrics 104: 1360-1368.

Hay WW (1996) Assessing the effect of disease on nutrition of the preterm infant. Clinical Biochemistry 29(5): 399-417.

Heird WC and Gomez MR (1996) Parenteral nutrition in low birthweight infants. Annual Review of Nutrition 16: 47-99.

Heird WC (2002) Determination of nutritional requirements in preterm infants, with special reference to "catch-up" growth. Seminars in Neonatology 6: 365-375.

Neu J and Koldovsky O (1996) Nutrient absorption in the preterm neonate. Clinical Perinatology 23(2): 229-243.

Newell SJ (2000) Enteral feeding of the micropremie. Clinical Perinatology 27(1): 221-234.

Thureen PJ and Hay WW (2000) Intravenous nutrition and postnatal growth of the micropremie. Clinical Perinatology 27(1): 197-219.

Tyson JE and Kennedy KA (1997) Minimal enteral nutrition in parenterally fed neonates. www.nichd.nih.gov/ cochraneneonatal.

Ziegler EE, Thureen PJ, and Carlson SJ (2002) Aggressive nutrition of the very low birthweight infant. Clinical Perinatology 29(2): 225-244.

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