LOW GAIN WEIGHT IN BREASTFED CHILD DURING THE FIRST MONTH OF LIFE


M.V. Gmoshinskaya (1), N.M. Shilina (1), I.Ya. Kon (1), V.I. Furtsev (2), E.V. Budnikova (2), T.V. Abramova (1), E.A. Pyryeva (1), M.A. Gurchenkova (1)

1 FSBIS FRC of Nutrition and Biotechnology, Moscow; 2 Krasnoyarsk State Medical University n.a. Prof. V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky, Krasnoyarsk
Organization of breastfeeding raises disputes. In clinical practice, there are common cases of low gain weight during the first month of life (less than 500 g), so, pediatricians prescribe supplementary feeding using infant formulas. At the same time, the need for such an approach and the importance of low gain weight during the first month of life remain controversial. The article presents the results of the evaluation of the dynamics of the physical development of breastfed infants depending on body weight gain during the first month of life.

About the Autors


M.V. Gmoshinskaya – Doctor of medical Sciences, Laboratory of Age-Related Nutritiology FSBIS "FRC of Nutrition and Biotechnology", Moscow; tel. 8 (495) 698-53-63


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