This book focuses on nutrition services beginning in the preconceptional period and extending well beyond birth. It provides the rationale for the recommended nutritional services; briefly describes the necessary elements of these services; and indicates the personnel, knowledge, skills, and specialized education or training that may be needed to deliver them.
It will be useful to policymakers, hospital administrators, directors of health centers, physicians in private or group practices, and others responsible for setting such standards and for overseeing health care services for expectant and new mothers and their infants.
Table of Contents
|2 Nutritional Concerns of Women in the Preconceptional, Prenatal, and Postpartum Periods||15-40|
|3 Basic and Special Nutrition Services for Women in the Preconceptional, Prenatal, and Postpartum Periods||41-56|
|4 Basic Nutrition Services for Newborn Infants||57-66|
|5 Newborns Who Need Special Nutritional Care||67-92|
|6 Providing for the Continuity of Nutritional Care||93-100|
|7 Closing Remarks and Recommendations||101-106|
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