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Developmental Delay

Developmental delay is characterized by children who do not reach their developmental milestones at the expected times.  Developmental delays are diagnosed in one or multiple developmental functions, including: gross motor, fine motor, social/emotional, cognition and communication/speech.  Children with developmental delays can experience feeding difficulties resulting from conditions such as swallowing dysfunction, oral aversions, and reflux.

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Developmental Delay

Developmental delay is characterized by children who do not reach their developmental milestones at the expected times.  Developmental delays are diagnosed in one or multiple developmental functions, including: gross motor, fine motor, social/emotional, cognition and communication/speech.  Children with developmental delays can experience feeding difficulties resulting from conditions such as swallowing dysfunction, oral aversions, and reflux.

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Developmental Delay
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Nutritional Management of the Medically-Complex Pediatric Outpatient Receiving Food-Based Tube Feeding.

This presentation focuses on the efficacy of real food-based tube feeding formulas through a review of the recent literature, highlighting the results of a recent tolerance study, and providing a case-based approach to describe pediatric patients with impaired GI function who demonstrated positive outcomes from receiving this type of formula.

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