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The presentations covered topics on the nutritional intake and developmental outcomes and the importance of optimizing nutrition in early life.
Discussing the medical advances in Neonatology in respiratory and neurodevelopment, late preterm outcomes, and the role of nutrition.
Necrotising enterocolitis (NEC) is a devastating inflammatory condition of the gut that primarily affects preterm infants.
Mechanisms that early nutrition impacts later health including metabolic programing, brain development, gut microbiota
There are more than 15 million preterm infants born globally every year, yet their longer term cognitive outcomes are often below average. The reasons for lower cognitive attainment are complex but are, in part, due to inadequate nutritional status.
The viewer should have an augmented understanding of the importance of oligosaccharides in human health.
The early-life gut microbiome is important for the development of immune competence in newborn infants. Mode of delivery, perinatal antibiotic use and diet are most influential to this end.
Nutrition and lifestyle during pregnancy and infancy can affect a range of different bodily functions, some increasing the likelihood of disease later in life.
Reviewed the correlation of specific fatty acid intakes and developmental outcomes focusing DHA and sn2 palmitate and their role in developing infant.
Discussing the influence of the microbiome on digestive and other illnesses and prebiotics’ role in overall health of infants, children, and adults.