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Abstracts from Current Literature

Abstracts from Current Literature from Literature Abstracts Current Infant Milk and Other Foods Metabolism; Feeding; of Milk. Theresa H. Factors Importance in Breast B. Haddy and Forrest Adams, Pediat. 40:243 1952. J. (Feb.) and Adams review the well-known of breast milk in infant Haddy advantages feeding. Nicotine the mother who a is excreted in breast but, in case of the smokes moderate milk, a not no number of lactation is diminished and the infant has adverse effects. cigarettes day Phénobarbital should be in sedative doses rather than in given Y¿ grain (30 mg.) hypnotic \ 2 since it is excreted in breast milk and affect infant. grain (0.10 gm.) doses, may the nursing Bromides should be avoided should the nursing as metals, such as lead, by mother, heavy and arsenic. , mercury, , ,.„ , Macdonald, Pittsburgh. Serum Proteins of Infants Under Normal and Pathological Conditions Analysis by Electrophoresis. C. Imperato, Lattante 23:321 1952. (lune) in the chart is the amounts of the serum A presented showing range proteins—albumin, beta and 63 blood obtained from the alpha globulin, gamma globulin—in specimens (1) globulin, from infants 4 to 42 from infants to 5 months and umbilical days old, (3) 1% old, cords, (2) to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American journal of diseases of children American Medical Association

Abstracts from Current Literature

American journal of diseases of children , Volume 86 (1) – Jul 1, 1953

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American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1953 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0096-8994
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1538-3628
DOI
10.1001/archpedi.1953.02050080077010
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Abstract

from Literature Abstracts Current Infant Milk and Other Foods Metabolism; Feeding; of Milk. Theresa H. Factors Importance in Breast B. Haddy and Forrest Adams, Pediat. 40:243 1952. J. (Feb.) and Adams review the well-known of breast milk in infant Haddy advantages feeding. Nicotine the mother who a is excreted in breast but, in case of the smokes moderate milk, a not no number of lactation is diminished and the infant has adverse effects. cigarettes day Phénobarbital should be in sedative doses rather than in given Y¿ grain (30 mg.) hypnotic \ 2 since it is excreted in breast milk and affect infant. grain (0.10 gm.) doses, may the nursing Bromides should be avoided should the nursing as metals, such as lead, by mother, heavy and arsenic. , mercury, , ,.„ , Macdonald, Pittsburgh. Serum Proteins of Infants Under Normal and Pathological Conditions Analysis by Electrophoresis. C. Imperato, Lattante 23:321 1952. (lune) in the chart is the amounts of the serum A presented showing range proteins—albumin, beta and 63 blood obtained from the alpha globulin, gamma globulin—in specimens (1) globulin, from infants 4 to 42 from infants to 5 months and umbilical days old, (3) 1% old, cords, (2) to

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American journal of diseases of childrenAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jul 1, 1953

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