Nutrition Topic References

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Growth & Development References:

  1. Avulakunta, ID. & Balasundaram, P. 2023. Human Growth and Development. National Library of Medicine.,%2C%20nutritional%2C%20and%20environmental%20factors
  2. Likhar, A. & Patil, MS. 2022. Importance of Maternal Nutrition in the First 1,000 Days of Life and Its Effects on Child Development: A Narrative Review. National Library of Medicine. 14(10): e30083.,fatty%20acids%2C%20and%20vitamin%20D
  3. Langford, L. 2022. The Effects of Nutrition on Child Growth and Development. Accessed 12 May 2023.
  4. UNICEF, 2017. First 1000 Days the critical window to ensure that children survive and thrive. Accessed 12 May 2023.

Low Birth Weight References

  1. Finken, M.J., van der Steen, M., Smeets, C.C., Walenkamp, M.J., de Bruin, C., Hokken-Koelega, A.C. and Wit, J.M., 2018. Children born small for gestational age: differential diagnosis, molecular genetic evaluation, and implications. Endocrine reviews, 39(6), pp.851-894.
  2. Hughes, M.M., Black, R.E. and Katz, J., 2017. 2500-g low birth weight cutoff: history and implications for future research and policy. Maternal and child health journal, 21, pp.283-289.
  3. MedilinePlus. Neonatal weight gain and nutrition. 20been,fortifier%20mixed%20into%20their%20feedings. National Library of Medicine.
  4. Turan, T. and Erdoğan, Ç., 2018. Supporting the development of premature babies in neonatal intensive care unit.
  5. Goyal, S., 2023. Thermoregulation in Newborns Newborns, Neonates Neonates, and Premature Premature. In Clinical Anesthesia for the Newborn and the Neonate (pp. 315-326). Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore.
  6. Gurung, S., Tong, H.H., Bryce, E., Katz, J., Lee, A.C., Black, R.E. and Walker, N., 2022. A systematic review on estimating population attributable fraction for risk factors for small-for-gestational-age births in 81 low-and middle-income countries. Journal of global health, 12. Vancouver
  7. Kuma, M.N., Tamiru, D., Beressa, G. and Belachew, T., 2022. Effect of Nutrition Interventions Before and/or During Early Pregnancy on Low Birth Weight in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Food and Nutrition Bulletin, 43(3), pp.351-363.
  8. Walani, S.R., 2020. Global burden of preterm birth. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, 150(1), pp.31-33.
  9. Childs, C.E., Calder, P.C. and Miles, E.A., 2019. Diet and immune function. Nutrients, 11(8), p.1933.
  10. Koletzko, B., Godfrey, K.M., Poston, L., Szajewska, H., Van Goudoever, J.B., De Waard, M., Brands, B., Grivell, R.M., Deussen, A.R., Dodd, J.M. and Patro-Golab, B., 2019. Nutrition during pregnancy, lactation and early childhood and its implications for maternal and long-term child health: the early nutrition project recommendations. Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism, 74(2), pp.93-106.
  11. Donnellan, D., Moore, Z., Patton, D., O'Connor, T. and Nugent, L., 2020. The effect of thermoregulation quality improvement initiatives on the admission temperature of premature/very low birth‐weight infants in neonatal intensive care units: A systematic review. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing, 25(2), p.e12286.
  12. Dawson, J.A., Summan, R., Badawi, N. and Foster, J.P., 2021. Push versus gravity for intermittent bolus gavage tube feeding of preterm and low birth weight infants. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, (8).
  13. King, J.C., 2000. Physiology of pregnancy and nutrient metabolism. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 71(5), pp.1218S-1225S.
  14. Ramakrishnan, U., Grant, F., Goldenberg, T., Zongrone, A. and Martorell, R., 2012. Effect of women's nutrition before and during early pregnancy on maternal and infant outcomes: a systematic review. Paediatric and perinatal epidemiology, 26, pp.285-301.
  15. Lucas, A., 2007, September. Programming by early nutrition in man. In Ciba Foundation Symposium 156‐The Childhood Environment and Adult Disease: The Childhood Environment and Adult Disease: Ciba Foundation Symposium 156 (pp. 38-55). Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Malnutrition Reference

  1. World Health Organisation – Malnutrition. Accessed 17 April 2023
  2. Morley, JE. Protein-Energy Undernutrition (PEU). MDS Manual Professional Version. Accessed 17 April 2023.
  3. World Health Organisation – Micronutrients. Accessed 7April 2023.
  4. Bergstrom J, Lindholm B. Malnutrition, cardiac disease, and mortality: An integrated point of view. American Journal of Kidney Diseases.
  5. Ersado, TK. Causes of Malnutrition. Submitted: December 27th, 2021 Reviewed: March 11th, 2022 Published: May 14th, 2022