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STUDY TO COMPARE CONTINUOUS FEEDING WITH BOLUS FEEDING IN PRETERM INFANTS LESS THAN 32WEEKS AND LESS THAN 1250GMRecruiting08-06-2017
Breastfeeding Infants Receiving Respiratory Support TrialRecruiting01/11/2016
Comparison between two non-nutritive-sucking methods on the time needed to achieve full oral feeding in preterm infantsRecruiting2016-09-26
DIAMOND - DIfferent Approaches to MOderate & late preterm Nutrition: Determinants of feed tolerance, body composition and developmentNot recruiting31/08/2016
Clinical study on the efficacy and safety of telbivudine for interrupting mother-to-child transmission of hepatitis B virus (HBV) in pregnant womenNot Recruiting2016-04-19
Can electrogastrography (EGG) detect abnormal activity of the stomach in babies with feeding difficultiesNot recruiting10/03/2016
Dabigatran Presence in Breast Milk (DALMATION)Not Recruiting09/03/2016
Title: Exclusive breast milk vs Mixed milk feeding for preterm babies: A randomized controlled trialNot Recruiting10-02-2016
Effect of home visit on mothers perceived social support and continue exclusive breastfeedingRecruiting2015-12-24
Glucose in Well Babies Study (GLOW): An observational study to determine the glucose profile in healthy babies within the first five postnatal days.Not recruiting22/09/2015
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