This broadly interdisciplinary reference work covers all important aspects of cleft lip palate, from genetic and epidemiological methods of identifying risk factors to treatment methods, ethical considerations and economic issues. It is comprehensive, up-to-date and generously illustrated.One way to estimate this is by obtaining prefeeding and postfeeding weights. ... This puts the infant at increased risk of dehydration, hyperbilirubinemia, failure to thrive, and weight loss (Clarren et al., 1987; ... Subsets of the population at greatest risk for breastfeeding failure include infants with symptomatic but undiagnosed submucous cleft palate. ... way to feed most infants with CL/P. A mothera#39;s desire to provide breast milk to an infant is a commitment of time, energy , and fortitude.
|Title||:||Cleft Lip and Palate|
|Author||:||Diego F. Wyszynski|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2002|