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The subject matter is set forth with singular clarity and simplicity; yet the presentation is not in any sense dogmatic. Details are sufficient to give the student an understanding of the principles involved in infant feeding without confusing him. The headings of the chapters are: I. Physiology and Bacteriology, II. Nutritional Requirements During Infancy, III. Breast Feeding, IV. Nutritional Disturbances in the Breast-Fed Infant, V. The Premature Infant, VI Artificial Feeding of Normal Infants, VII. Nutritional Disorders of Infancy, and VIII. Weaning and the Diet from Nine Months Until Two Years of Age.
THE PRINCIPLE OF INFANT NUTRITION AND THEIR PRACTICAL APPLICATION. Am J Dis Child. 1929;37(2):456. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1929.01930020226025
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