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- Field, Catherine J., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Clinical nutrition 2019
- adolescence; adulthood; body composition; childhood; dietary protein; genetic disorders; hormones; maternal nutrition; metabolism; monitoring; muscle strength; muscles; neurodevelopment; obesity; osteoporosis; patients; pediatrics; phenotype; physical activity; pregnancy; risk factors; skeletal muscle
- ... Skeletal muscle plays major roles in metabolism and overall health across the lifecycle. Emerging evidence indicates that prenatal (maternal diet during pregnancy and genetic defects) and postnatal factors (physical activity, hormones, dietary protein, and obesity) influence muscle mass acquisition and strength early in life. As a consequence, low muscle mass and strength contributes to several ad ...
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- Clinical nutrition 2012 v.31 no.3 pp. 322-329
- correlation; eicosapentaenoic acid; emulsions; fish oils; gestational age; hospitals; infants; intravenous injection; pretreatment; surgery
- ... BACKGROUND & AIMS: This study assessed the effects of administering a lipid emulsion containing eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acid before and after open-heart surgery on cytokine production and length of hospital stay in infants. METHODS: Thirty-two infants (40 ± 2.3 weeks gestational age; 10.6 days at time of surgery) undergoing open-heart surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass were randomize ...