publication . Article . 2010

Nutrición del Niño con Enfermedades Neurológicas Prevalentes: An Update

Catalina Le Roy O; María Jesús Rebollo G; Francisco Moraga M; Ximena Díaz Sm; Carlos Castillo-Durán;
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  • Published: 01 Apr 2010 Journal: Revista chilena de pediatría, volume 81 (issn: 0370-4106, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Sociedad Chilena de Pediatria
Abstract
En este artículo se revisan algunas enfermedades neurológicas en donde el manejo nutricional tiene un rol relevante, como son la parálisis cerebral, epilepsia, autismo y síndrome de déficit atencional (SDAH). La nutrición frecuentemente es afectada en niños con parálisis cerebral por factores como la enfermedad de base, la dificultad en ingerir alimentos por alteraciones sensoriales, motoras y/o gastrointestinales y las deficiencias nutricionales específicas relacionadas con la ingesta insuficiente lograda; se agregan para epilepsia y SDAH las interacciones fármaco-nutriente. En autismo hay controversias que involucran factores relacionados a la alimentación en ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Pediatrics, Perinatology, and Child Health, Nutrición, parálisis cerebral, epilepsia, autismo, síndrome de déficit atencional, Nutrition, attention déficit disorder, Obesity, medicine.disease, medicine, Cerebral palsy, Neurology, medicine.medical_specialty, Adverse effect, Epilepsy, Vigilance (psychology), media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, El Niño, Pediatrics, Autism, business.industry, business
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