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[Effect of the method of feeding on the physical development of infants born with symptoms of intrauterine dystrophy].
Probl Med Wieku Rozwoj. 1979; 9:12-34.PM

Abstract

In the Clinical Department of Metabolic Studies of the National Research Institute of Mother and Child the attempt was made to stimulate physical development of S-F-D infants through introducing modifications in standard feeding in order to make up for the deficits of foetal age. In the years 1970-1975, 118 infants were under observation: 44 out of this group, in the Clinical Department, 70 in the Outpatient Clinic of Infant Nutrition disorders, 4 were observed both in the Clinical Department and in the Outpatient Clinic. The control group of 40 S-F-D- infants was observed in the Child Outpatient Department of Wola Borough of Warsaw. Foetal age of S-F-D infants underwent anthropometric measurements, psychological and neurological examinations. Investigations of haematological and biochemical indices were also carried out. Physical development of children in 4 (S,G,H,C) dietary groups was observed and compared with the control group. Initial diet differed from the standard diet, used at the National Research Institute of Mothers and Child, by excluding gluten and by replacing saccharose with glucose. In other diets (G, H and C) milk formulas with different quantitative and qualitative protein and fat content were enriched with unsaturated fatty acids. Longitudinal analysis included 61 infants from single pregnancies which were put on regular and sufficiently long (5-12 months) diet. Evaluation of physical development was based on the analysis of mean values, increments and rate of growth of body--length, body weight, arm, scapular and abdominal skin-fold thickness. These data are presented in Tables I-IX, variate curves of individual features in Figures 1-9. Somewhat higher developmental indices were observed in the group of infants fed enriched formulas with unsaturated fatty acids. Growth rate of skin-fold thickness in group S, was extremely intensive all the first year through and decreasing physiological tendencies were not observed in 4th trimester of life.

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263664

Citation

Dzieniszewska-Klepacka, L, et al. "[Effect of the Method of Feeding On the Physical Development of Infants Born With Symptoms of Intrauterine Dystrophy]." Problemy Medycyny Wieku Rozwojowego, vol. 9, 1979, pp. 12-34.
Dzieniszewska-Klepacka L, Kurniewicz-Witczakowa R, Mazurczak T. [Effect of the method of feeding on the physical development of infants born with symptoms of intrauterine dystrophy]. Probl Med Wieku Rozwoj. 1979;9:12-34.
Dzieniszewska-Klepacka, L., Kurniewicz-Witczakowa, R., & Mazurczak, T. (1979). [Effect of the method of feeding on the physical development of infants born with symptoms of intrauterine dystrophy]. Problemy Medycyny Wieku Rozwojowego, 9, 12-34.
Dzieniszewska-Klepacka L, Kurniewicz-Witczakowa R, Mazurczak T. [Effect of the Method of Feeding On the Physical Development of Infants Born With Symptoms of Intrauterine Dystrophy]. Probl Med Wieku Rozwoj. 1979;9:12-34. PubMed PMID: 263664.
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TY - JOUR T1 - [Effect of the method of feeding on the physical development of infants born with symptoms of intrauterine dystrophy]. AU - Dzieniszewska-Klepacka,L, AU - Kurniewicz-Witczakowa,R, AU - Mazurczak,T, PY - 1979/1/1/pubmed PY - 1979/1/1/medline PY - 1979/1/1/entrez SP - 12 EP - 34 JF - Problemy medycyny wieku rozwojowego JO - Probl Med Wieku Rozwoj VL - 9 N2 - In the Clinical Department of Metabolic Studies of the National Research Institute of Mother and Child the attempt was made to stimulate physical development of S-F-D infants through introducing modifications in standard feeding in order to make up for the deficits of foetal age. In the years 1970-1975, 118 infants were under observation: 44 out of this group, in the Clinical Department, 70 in the Outpatient Clinic of Infant Nutrition disorders, 4 were observed both in the Clinical Department and in the Outpatient Clinic. The control group of 40 S-F-D- infants was observed in the Child Outpatient Department of Wola Borough of Warsaw. Foetal age of S-F-D infants underwent anthropometric measurements, psychological and neurological examinations. Investigations of haematological and biochemical indices were also carried out. Physical development of children in 4 (S,G,H,C) dietary groups was observed and compared with the control group. Initial diet differed from the standard diet, used at the National Research Institute of Mothers and Child, by excluding gluten and by replacing saccharose with glucose. In other diets (G, H and C) milk formulas with different quantitative and qualitative protein and fat content were enriched with unsaturated fatty acids. Longitudinal analysis included 61 infants from single pregnancies which were put on regular and sufficiently long (5-12 months) diet. Evaluation of physical development was based on the analysis of mean values, increments and rate of growth of body--length, body weight, arm, scapular and abdominal skin-fold thickness. These data are presented in Tables I-IX, variate curves of individual features in Figures 1-9. Somewhat higher developmental indices were observed in the group of infants fed enriched formulas with unsaturated fatty acids. Growth rate of skin-fold thickness in group S, was extremely intensive all the first year through and decreasing physiological tendencies were not observed in 4th trimester of life. SN - 0303-2264 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/263664/[Effect_of_the_method_of_feeding_on_the_physical_development_of_infants_born_with_symptoms_of_intrauterine_dystrophy]_ DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -