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The new edition of this valuable treatise on the physiology and pathology of infant nutrition, the first volume of which is at hand, has undergone many modifications and revisions, and records the advances that have taken place in the knowledge of normal and pathologic nutrition in infants. The authors consider in great detail the nutritional requirements of the normal infant as well as maternal nursing, wetnursing and artificial feeding. The book is a perfect encyclopedia, giving numerous references and experimental data and tables on all that refers to the chemistry and physiology of digestion and the metabolic changes that occur during infancy. Perhaps in no other volume will be found so complete an account of the chemical composition of the infant body. The authors consider in great detail the chemical substances that compose the normal body, together with the changes in the fetus at varying ages, and they continue their
Des Kindes Ernährung, Ernährungsstörungen und Ernährungstherapie. JAMA. 1925;85(1):59–60. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02670010063039
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