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Is 5% dextrose in water a proper choice for initial postoperative feeding in infants?

, : Is 5% dextrose in water a proper choice for initial postoperative feeding in infants?. Journal of Pediatric Surgery 23(7): 644-646

After recovery from anaesthesia following inguinal hernia repair, 20 infants were given an initial feeding of 5% glucose in water, while another 20 were given 15% infant formula (5 ml/kg in both cases). Samples of gastric contents were taken 15, 30 and 60 min after feeding.

Accession: 001871000

PMID: 3204463

DOI: 10.1016/s0022-3468(88)80637-7

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