Standardized Feeding Reduces Cholestasis in Surgical Neonates

Standardized Feeding Reduces Cholestasis in Surgical Neonates

Darla Shores, medical director of the Hopkins Resource for Intestinal Vitality and Enhancement (THRIVE) at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, discusses how standardized feeding reduces cholestasis in surgical neonates. Learn the risk factors for cholestasis, the benefits of enteral nutrition and how to creating feeding guidelines for infants at risk of intestinal failure.


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Darla Shores, MD, PhD

Darla Shores, MD, PhD

Medical Director, The Hopkins Resource for Intestinal Vitality and Enhancement (THRIVE)

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