PDF | Introduction: Neonatal hypernatremic dehydration is a very common problem Introducción: La deshidratación hipernatrémica neonatal es un problema. Deshidratación hipernatrémica asociada a lactancia materna . Neonatal hypernatremia dehydration associated with breast-feeding malnutrition: A. Hypernatremic dehydration in newborns. Shivaprakash NC, Touseef Ahmed*. INTRODUCTION. Hypernatremic Dehydration an uncommon problem in.

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Pediatrics, 63pp. Jama,pp. J Pediatr, 96pp. Arch Dis Child, 85pp. SRJ is a prestige metric based on the idea that not all citations are the same. Print Send to a friend Export reference Mendeley Statistics. Incidence of dehydration and hypernatremia in exclusively breast-fed infants.

Moderate hypernatremic dehydration in newborn infants: retrospective evaluation of 64 cases.

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Hypernatremia and breast feeding. Pediatrics,pp. Are you a health professional able to prescribe or dispense drugs? A possible solution would be for health professionals to provide mothers with greater support. Malnutrition and hypernatremic dehydration in breast-fed infants.

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The presenting complaints included weight loss in nine infants, irritability in six, deshidratacionn in six, poor feeding in five and jaundice in two. Clin Pediatr, 27pp. The magazine, referring to the Spanish-speaking pediatric, indexed in major international databases: Annals of Pediatrics is the Body of Scientific Expression of the Association and is the vehicle through which members communicate. Indian Pediatr, 39pp.

Prevalence of breastfeeding and factors associated with the Breastfeeding continues to increase into the new milleninium. J Pediatr,pp. J Am Osteopath Assoc, 89pp. Deshidratafion Med J, 94pp.

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Cases were identified through the departmental database Results Twelve newborns were identified who presented the following characteristics: Critical weight loss and malnutrition in breast-fed infants. During the last 10 years the number of publications reporting a rise in the incidence of hypernatremia in children who are exclusively breast-fed neonnatal increased.

To report the results of a series of cases detected in a district hospital in the last 6 years in order to better delineate the deshidrahacion characteristics of infant hypernatremia, its optimal treatment and preventive measures.

Moderate hypernatremic dehydration in newborn infants: retrospective evaluation of 64 cases.

An Esp Pediatr, 50pp. Most of the neonates had more than one symptom. Las soluciones hay que buscarlas en un mayor apoyo a la madre lactante por parte de los profesionales sanitarios. Hypernatremic dehydration resulting from inadequate breast-feeding.

Hypernatraemic dehydration and breastfeeding: