Responsive versus scheduled feeding in preterm infants (Review)

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Watson, Julie; McGuire, William;
(2015)

<p>Scheduled feeding of prescribed enteral volumes remains standard practice for preterm infants. However, feeding preterm infants in response to their feeding and satiation cues (responsive, cue-based, or infant led feeding) rather than at scheduled intervals might enh... View more
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