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СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ К НАЗНАЧЕНИЮ ПРИКОРМА У ДЕТЕЙ ПЕРВОГО ГОДА ЖИЗНИ

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Изложены основные принципы организации прикорма детям первого года жизни. Представлены новые данные о влиянии прикорма на рост, здоровье и развитие ребёнка не только в грудном возрасте, но в отдаленные периоды жизни. Акцентируется внимание на необходимости индивидуального, с учетом особенностей здоровья и развития детей, подходе к назначению прикорма. Изложена тактика введения прикорма детям с алиментарнозависимой патологией: пищевой аллергией, задержкой физического развития, железодефицитной анемией. Указывается на важную роль продуктов прикорма промышленного производства в профилактике дефицитных состояний и, в частности, недостатка железа и цинка.

Ключевые слова: дети, прикорм, пищевая аллергия, задержка физического развития, анемия.
(Вопросы современной педиатрии. 2010;9(2):150-155)

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Е.А. Пырьева
Российская медицинская академия последипломного образования, Москва
Россия


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Для цитирования:


Пырьева Е. СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ К НАЗНАЧЕНИЮ ПРИКОРМА У ДЕТЕЙ ПЕРВОГО ГОДА ЖИЗНИ. Вопросы современной педиатрии. 2010;9(2):150-155.

For citation:


Pyr’yeva E. MODERN APPROACHES TO THE ADDITIONAL FOOD ADMINISTRATION IN INFANTS. Current Pediatrics. 2010;9(2):150-155.

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