- n. Plural form of feeding.
“The rooms (back when I was doing it it was a chair in the corner of the airport bathroom … NICE) were functional for get-in-get-out kind of feedings, but I have to say, if I had the chance to nurse in the room you pictured above, I think I would’ve hidden away in there for a little while!”
“Blog posts and non-fiction articles got my attention during the daytime hours, between mommy-baby time, feedings, and chores.”
“The intestinal portion of the tube can clog easily and therefore needs to be flushed with water throughout the day and after all feedings and medications administration.”
“These feedings may include breast milk or infant formula, glucose water (also called dextrose water), and in older infants, cereals or bread and other starches.”
“Registered Dietitians provide in-depth nutrition assessment and counseling to help with a variety of outpatient nutritional issues, including basic assessment of nutritional and growth status, tube feedings, evaluation of special or restrictive diets, failure-to-thrive and obesity counseling.”
“Babies undergoing omphalocele treatment receive initial feedings intravenously while the bowels recover.”
“For this reason, first feedings are provided intravenously.”
“When the infant can tolerate full feedings via oral and NG feeds and demonstrates adequate weight gain, he or she is ready to go home.”
“Finally, the doctors found a formula the baby could tolerate and she began to have success with her feedings again.”
“The Pediatric Enteral Access Center provides evaluation and assessment of the need for enteral access (gastrostomy and jejunostomy feedings).”
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