Responsive versus scheduled feeding for preterm infants

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Watson, Julie ; McGuire, William (2016)

Version 5\ud Background\ud \ud Feeding preterm infants in response to their hunger and satiation cues (responsive, cue-based, or infant-led feeding) rather than at scheduled intervals might enhance infants' and parents' experience and satisfaction, help in the establish... View more
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    studies section (Collinge 1982; Saunders 1991; Waber 1998;

    Pridham 1999; McCain 2001; Pridham 2001; Kansas 2004;

    Puckett 2008; McCain 2012). 1. Trials where all participating infants were exclusively fed

    from the breast: none of the trials belonged to this subgroup. 2. Trials where the infants' responses to non-nutritive sucking

    (McCain 2001; McCain 2012). See above for trial description

    Pridham 1999 {published data only} Pridham K, Kosorok MR, Greer F, Carey P, Kayata S, Sondel S. The effects of prescribed versus ad libitum feedings and formula caloric density on premature infant dietary intake and weight gain. Nursing Research 1999;48(2):86-93.

    Pridham 2001 {published data only} Pridham KF, Kosorok MR, Greer F, Kayata S, Bhattacharya A, Grunwald P. Comparison of caloric intake and weight outcomes of an ad lib feeding regimen for preterm infants in two nurseries. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2001;35(5): 751-9.

    Puckett 2008 {published data only} Puckett B, Grover VK, Holt T, Sankaran K. Cue-based feeding for preterm infants: a prospective trial. American Journal of Perinatology 2008;25(10):623-8.

    Saunders 1991 {published data only} Saunders RB, Friedman CB, Stramoski PR. Feeding preterm infants. Schedule or demand?. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing 1991;20(3):212-8.

    Waber 1998 {published data only} Waber B, Hubler EG, Padden ML. A comparison of outcomes in demand versus schedule formula-fed premature infants. Nutrition in Clinical Practice 1998;13(3):132-5.

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