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[Calcium requirement in infants with intrauterine dystrophy (ID). Report II. Effect of differentiated diets with regard to quantity and quality of protein and fat on the calcium balance in infants with intrauterine dystrophy].
Probl Med Wieku Rozwoj. 1979; 9:167-76.PM

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In the former report on he calcium requirement in Small-for Date (S-f-D) infants it was observed that the ability of calcium absorption of S-f-D infants is lowered in 1-st semester of life. From this point of view it seemed purposeful to study the influence of 3 modified cow's milk formulas (see table) on the calcium absorption in S-f-D infants. Modification of these diets in regard to cow's milk depended on: 1) partial replacement of cow's milk fat with soya oil. 2) change of the proportion between fat and protein. 3) partial replacement of milk casein with lactoalbumin . The infants were divided into 3 groups G, H and C according to the kind of diet. Observation in the first 2 groups lasted for the whole first year of life, C group of infants was observed only in 1-st half year of life. In the first month of life G and H infants were fed the same unmodified cow's milk formulas (diet S) 3-day balance-studies. Were carried out once a month. The data of these 3 groups of infants were compared with each other and the data of S-f-D infants fed unmodified cow's milk formulas (group S) described in he former report. In group S, calcium intake was the highest in 1-st and in 2-nd semester of life among all compared infant groups, but the difference was not statistically significant. The lowest (%) absorption was noted in group G infants (fig. 2, table III and IV). The difference was statistically significant in 1-st semester of life between group G and S and in 2-nd semester between G and S as well as G and H groups. Calcium retention mg/kg was also the lowest in group G infants, and the difference was statistically significant in 1-st and in 2-nd semester between G and S groups. The infants fed H formula in spite of the lowest indices of calcium absorption % and retention mg/kg in the first (see table) and the second month of life and in spite of the lowest intake of calcium among all compared infants groups cough up absorption (%) and retention (mg/kg b.w.) with groups S in 2 semester of life.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 400 WORDS)

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263738

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Wysokińska, Z, et al. "[Calcium Requirement in Infants With Intrauterine Dystrophy (ID). Report II. Effect of Differentiated Diets With Regard to Quantity and Quality of Protein and Fat On the Calcium Balance in Infants With Intrauterine Dystrophy]." Problemy Medycyny Wieku Rozwojowego, vol. 9, 1979, pp. 167-76.
Wysokińska Z, Rudzka-Kańtoch Z, Zmarlicka M, et al. [Calcium requirement in infants with intrauterine dystrophy (ID). Report II. Effect of differentiated diets with regard to quantity and quality of protein and fat on the calcium balance in infants with intrauterine dystrophy]. Probl Med Wieku Rozwoj. 1979;9:167-76.
Wysokińska, Z., Rudzka-Kańtoch, Z., Zmarlicka, M., & Koziej, M. (1979). [Calcium requirement in infants with intrauterine dystrophy (ID). Report II. Effect of differentiated diets with regard to quantity and quality of protein and fat on the calcium balance in infants with intrauterine dystrophy]. Problemy Medycyny Wieku Rozwojowego, 9, 167-76.
Wysokińska Z, et al. [Calcium Requirement in Infants With Intrauterine Dystrophy (ID). Report II. Effect of Differentiated Diets With Regard to Quantity and Quality of Protein and Fat On the Calcium Balance in Infants With Intrauterine Dystrophy]. Probl Med Wieku Rozwoj. 1979;9:167-76. PubMed PMID: 263738.
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TY - JOUR T1 - [Calcium requirement in infants with intrauterine dystrophy (ID). Report II. Effect of differentiated diets with regard to quantity and quality of protein and fat on the calcium balance in infants with intrauterine dystrophy]. AU - Wysokińska,Z, AU - Rudzka-Kańtoch,Z, AU - Zmarlicka,M, AU - Koziej,M, PY - 1979/1/1/pubmed PY - 1979/1/1/medline PY - 1979/1/1/entrez SP - 167 EP - 76 JF - Problemy medycyny wieku rozwojowego JO - Probl Med Wieku Rozwoj VL - 9 N2 - In the former report on he calcium requirement in Small-for Date (S-f-D) infants it was observed that the ability of calcium absorption of S-f-D infants is lowered in 1-st semester of life. From this point of view it seemed purposeful to study the influence of 3 modified cow's milk formulas (see table) on the calcium absorption in S-f-D infants. Modification of these diets in regard to cow's milk depended on: 1) partial replacement of cow's milk fat with soya oil. 2) change of the proportion between fat and protein. 3) partial replacement of milk casein with lactoalbumin . The infants were divided into 3 groups G, H and C according to the kind of diet. Observation in the first 2 groups lasted for the whole first year of life, C group of infants was observed only in 1-st half year of life. In the first month of life G and H infants were fed the same unmodified cow's milk formulas (diet S) 3-day balance-studies. Were carried out once a month. The data of these 3 groups of infants were compared with each other and the data of S-f-D infants fed unmodified cow's milk formulas (group S) described in he former report. In group S, calcium intake was the highest in 1-st and in 2-nd semester of life among all compared infant groups, but the difference was not statistically significant. The lowest (%) absorption was noted in group G infants (fig. 2, table III and IV). The difference was statistically significant in 1-st semester of life between group G and S and in 2-nd semester between G and S as well as G and H groups. Calcium retention mg/kg was also the lowest in group G infants, and the difference was statistically significant in 1-st and in 2-nd semester between G and S groups. The infants fed H formula in spite of the lowest indices of calcium absorption % and retention mg/kg in the first (see table) and the second month of life and in spite of the lowest intake of calcium among all compared infants groups cough up absorption (%) and retention (mg/kg b.w.) with groups S in 2 semester of life.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 400 WORDS) SN - 0303-2264 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/263738/[Calcium_requirement_in_infants_with_intrauterine_dystrophy__ID___Report_II__Effect_of_differentiated_diets_with_regard_to_quantity_and_quality_of_protein_and_fat_on_the_calcium_balance_in_infants_with_intrauterine_dystrophy]_ DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -