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Higher versus lower protein intake in formula‐fed low birth weight infants

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Higher protein intake from formula accelerates weight gain. Limited information is available regarding the impact of higher formula protein intake on long‐term outcomes such as neurodevelopmental abnormalities. Available evidence is not adequate to permit specific recommendations during the initial hospital stay …

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Supresión del uso de biberones durante el establecimiento de la lactancia materna en neonatos prematuros

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El uso de una taza en lugar de un biberón aumenta el alcance y la duración de la lactancia materna en los recién nacidos prematuros.
Los recién nacidos prematuros comienzan a alimentarse de leche por un tubo de sonda. A medida que …

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Avoidance of bottles during the establishment of breast feeds in preterm infants

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Using a cup instead of a bottle increases the extent and duration of breast feeding in preterm infants.
Preterm infants start milk feeds by gavage tube. As they mature, sucking feeds are gradually introduced. Women who choose to breast feed their preterm …

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Enriquecimiento de la leche materna con nutrientes  múltiples para lactantes prematuros

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Los limitados datos disponibles no proporcionan pruebas sólidas de que alimentar a los recién nacidos prematuros con leche materna enriquecida con nutrientes múltiples, en comparación con la leche materna sin fortificar, cause resultados importantes, excepto que conduce a tasas de crecimiento …

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Multi‐nutrient fortification of human milk for preterm infants

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Limited available data do not provide strong evidence that feeding preterm infants with multi‐nutrient fortified breast milk compared with unfortified breast milk affects important outcomes, except that it leads to slightly increased in‐hospital growth rates.
Exclusively breast milk-fed preterm infants may accumulate …

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Leche maternizada diluida versus sin diluir en lactantes de bajo peso al nacer o prematuros alimentados exclusivamente con leche maternizada

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Hay pruebas de tres ensayos antiguos y pequeños con riesgo incierto de sesgo de que el uso de leche de fórmula diluida en lactantes prematuros o con bajo peso al nacer alimentados con leche de fórmula conduce a una reducción importante …

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Dilute versus full strength formula in exclusively formula‐fed preterm or low birth weight infants

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There is evidence from three small, old trials at unclear risk of bias that use of dilute formula in preterm or low birth weight formula‐fed infants leads to an important reduction in the time taken for these infants to attain an …

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Interventions pharmacologiques auprès de ceux qui ont commis une violence sexuelle ou qui sont susceptibles d’en commettre

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Aucune conclusion définitive ne peut être tirée concernant les interventions pharmacologiques en tant qu’interventions efficaces pour réduire les délinquances sexuelles. 
Les traitements biologiques des délinquants sexuels incluent les médicaments antilibidinaux, dont des médicaments hormonaux qui ont un effet inhibiteur de la testostérone, et …

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Cognitive-behavioural interventions for children who have been sexually abused

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Evidence suggests that Cognitive-behavioural therapy may have a positive impact on the effects of child sexual abuse.  
Cognitive-behavioural approaches are used to help children and their non-offending or ‘safe’ parent to manage the sequelae of childhood sexual abuse. This review assesses the efficacy of cognitive-behavioural approaches in …

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Pharmacological interventions for those who have sexually offended or are at risk of offending

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No firm conclusions can be drawn regarding pharmacological interventions as an effective intervention for reducing sexual offending.
Biological treatments of sex offenders include antilibidinal medication, comprising hormonal drugs that have a testosterone-suppressing effect, and non-hormonal drugs that affect libido through other mechanisms. This …

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