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Effective Tube Weaning and Predictive Clinical Characteristics of NICU Patients With Feeding Dysfunction.

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Summary of "Effective Tube Weaning and Predictive Clinical Characteristics of NICU Patients With Feeding Dysfunction."

The present study evaluated the effectiveness of a multidisciplinary earlier discharge model for neonates receiving home enteral nutrition (HEN).

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Name: JPEN. Journal of parenteral and enteral nutrition
ISSN: 1941-2444
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