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Maturation of Esophageal Motility and Esophagogastric Junction in Preterm Infants

Esophageal motility Esophagogastric junction Lower esophageal sphincter Maturation Preterm infant Abstract: Background: Preterm infants commonly present with oral feeding problems. The role of maturation of ...

Update of the risk assessment of nickel in food and drinking water

adult age groups, but generally exceeded the TDI in toddlers and in other children, as well as in infants in some surveys. This may raise a health concern in these young age groups. The MOE values for the ...

Risk assessment of ochratoxin A in food

per day, respectively. Median OTA exposures in breastfed infants ranged from 1.7 to 2.6 ng/kg bw per day, 95th percentile exposures from 5.6 to 8.5 ng/kg bw per day in average/high breast milk consuming ...

Molecular surveillance of anti-malarial drug resistance in Democratic Republic of Congo: high variability of chloroquinoresistance and lack of amodiaquinoresistance.

Child Child, Preschool Chloroquine Democratic Republic of the Congo Dried Blood Spot Testing Drug Resistance Humans Infant Infant, Newborn Malaria, Falciparum Mass Screening Membrane Transport Proteins ...

Long-term outcomes of very low birth weight infants with spontaneous intestinal perforation: A retrospective case-matched cohort study

Surgery, Volume 54, Issue 10, Number 2091 (2019) Keywords: Neurodevelopmental outcome Preterm Quality of Life Spontaneous intestinal perforation Very low birthweight infant Abstract: Background Spontaneous ...

Determination of pyrrolizidine alkaloids levels in food for infants and young children, ice teas, seed spices, oregano subspecies and frozen leafy vegetables

Publication Type: Sci. report, recommendat°, guidance doc., directive, monograph Authors: Jean-François Picron; Mirjana Andjelkovic Source: Sciensano (2019) Service:  Contaminants organiques et additifs Organische contaminanten en additieven Organic conta ...

Global burden of intellectual disability resulting from dietary exposure to lead, 2015

notable effects are those that occur on the nervous system. This is particularly the case in the exposure to the fetus, infant and child. Infants and children generally have higher lead exposures on a body ...

Very Long Persistence of Botulinum Toxin B in a Patient’s Serum

E, F may induce a serious neuroparalytic illness in humans. Botulism can be transmitted via three routes: foodborne, wound and intestinal (in situ toxemia generally observed in infants and/or in ...

Do current fortification and supplementation programs assure adequate intake of fat-soluble vitamins in Belgian infants, toddlers, pregnant women, and lactating women?

Surveys Dietary Supplements Female Food, Fortified Humans Infant Infant Nutritional Physiological Phenomena Infant, Newborn Lactation Male Maternal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena nutritional status ...

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