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Selected Abstracts of the 2nd Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2017); Venice (Italy); October 31-November 4, 2017; Session "Neonatal Fetal Nutrition and Metabolism"

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Selected Abstracts of the 2nd Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2017); Venice (Italy); October 31-November 4, 2017

58th ESPR Annual Meeting, 7th International Congress of UENPS, 3rd International Congress of EFCNI

ORGANIZING INSTITUTIONS
European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR), European Society for Neonatology (ESN), Union of European Neonatal & Perinatal Societies (UENPS), European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants (EFCNI)

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Luc Zimmermann (President of ESPR), Morten Breindahl (President of ESN), Manuel Sánchez Luna (President of UENPS), Silke Mader (Chairwoman of the Executive Board and Co-Founder of EFCNI)

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Virgilio P. Carnielli (Congress President Chair), Pierre Gressens (Past Scientific President), Umberto Simeoni, Manon Benders, Neil Marlow, Ola D. Saugstad, Petra Hüppi, Agnes van den Hoogen

Session "Neonatal Fetal Nutrition and Metabolism"

ABS 1. PREVALENCE OF BREASTFEEDING AT 6 MONTHS IN SICK NEONATES • S. Kositamongkol, K. Moungsuwan

ABS 2. ROLE OF BREAST MILK AND FECAL MICROBIAL CONTENT IN DEVELOPMENT OF BREAST MILK JAUNDICE • N. Koksal, O. Bagcı, H. Ozkan, I. Varal, P. Dogan

ABS 3. VARIABILITY IN THE PROTEIN AND FAT CONTENT OF THE DONOR HUMAN MILK SUPPLY REVEALED BY MID-INFRARED SPECTROMETER ANALYSIS: A FIRST STEP TOWARDS PREVENTING DISRUPTION OF “PERINATAL PROGRAMMING” • V. Rigourd, Z. Assaf, A. Lapillonne, J.F. Magny

ABS 4. BOVINE COLOSTRUM FOR PRETERM INFANTS IN THE FIRST DAYS OF LIFE: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED PILOT TRIAL • S.M. Juhl, X. Ye, P. Zhou, Y. Li, E.O. Iyore, L. Zhang, P. Jiang, J.B. van Goudoever, G. Greisen, P.T. Sangild

ABS 5. PROTEIN AND CALORIC DEFICIT DURING THE NEONATAL PERIOD IN INFANTS WITH BIRTH WEIGHT LESS THAN 1,500 G AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH BLOOD PRESSURE IN THE ADOLESCENCE • A. Dinerstein, C. Solana, R. Nieto, M. Casale, R. Conti, M. Moiron, F. General

ABS 6. EFFECTS OF EXCLUSIVE DONOR HUMAN MILK FEEDING IN A SHORT PERIOD AFTER BIRTH ON MORBIDITY AND GROWTH OF PRETERM INFANTS DURING HOSPITALIZATION • S.H. Chung, E.J. Kim

ABS 7. IMPROVED NUTRITION FOR EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANTS – A POPULATION BASED OBSERVATIONAL STUDY • V. Westin, S. Klevebro, M. Domellöf, M. Vanpée, B. Hallberg, E. Stoltz Sjöström

ABS 8. POSITIVE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRANSTHYRETIN AND INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR 1 DURING THE ANABOLIC PERIOD IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS • I. Hansen Pupp, C. Löfqvist, D. Ley, A. Hellström

ABS 9. MEASURING POSTNATAL GROWTH: A COMPARISON OF NEONATAL GROWTH USING INTERNATIONAL INTERGROWTH-21ST STANDARDS AND ESTABLISHED UK CHARTS • O.M. Bendor-Samuel, S. Zivanovic, C.C. Roehr

ABS 10. EVALUATION OF MILK AND BLOOD IRISIN LEVELS IN PRETERM NEWBORNS DIAGNOSED WITH EITHER SMALL OR APPROPRIATE WEIGHT FOR GESTATIONAL AGE COMPARED TO FULL TERM NEWBORNS • N. Mól, P. Tomasik, M. Zasada, P. Kwinta

ABS 11. ASSAY OF IRISIN CONCENTRATION IN INFANT FORMULAS AND BREAST MILK • N. Mól, P. Tomasik, M. Zasada, P. Kwinta

ABS 12. CURRENT PRACTICE AND BELIEFS: SURVEY OF BREAST MILK HANDLING ROUTINES IN GERMAN, SWISS AND AUSTRIAN NEONATAL UNITS REVEALS LARGE CENTRE SPECIFIC DIFFERENCES • D. Klotz, S. Jansen, H. Schneider, C. Gebauer, H. Fuchs

ABS 13. ENTERAL FEEDING STRATEGIES FOR VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS: A NATIONWIDE SURVEY IN JAPAN • M. Ashina, K. Fujioka, S. Totsu, H. Shoji, T. Miyazawa, K. Wada, K. Iijima, I. Morioka

ABS 14. DONOR HUMAN MILK MACRONUTRIENT CONTENT: THE EFFECT OF HOLDER PASTEURIZATION  • P. Piemontese, D. Mallardi, N. Liotto, C. Menis, C. Tabasso, M. Perrone, M.L. Giannì, P. Roggero, F. Mosca

ABS 15. NEW PARENTERAL NUTRITION AND ACIDOSIS IN PRETERM INFANTS • F. Bonsante, J.B. Gouyon, S. Iacobelli

ABS 16. IMPACT ON BREASTFEEDING RATES OF PRE­TERM INFANTS WITH LESS THAN 29 WEEKS WITH RESTRICTION OF RAW HUMAN MILK IN THE FIRST EIGHT WEEKS OF LIFE DUE TO THE RISK OF PERINATAL CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTION • F.P. Martins-Celini, W.A. Gonçalves-Ferri, B.B. Lima, D.C. Aragon, M.M. Mussi

ABS 17. EFFECT OF A NATIONWIDE PROGRAM FOR PROMOTING BREASTFEEDING IN-HOSPITAL IN CHINA • Y. Zhang, H.S. Wang, X. Jin, B. Cao, D.H. Wang, M. Jiang, L.X. Wang, S.M. Wang, W.W. Feng, L.M. Yao

ABS 18. VITAMIN D STATUS AMONG PRETERM INFANTS AS A HIGH RISK MORBIDITY MARKER • I. Tofe, M.D. Cañete, M.J. de la Torre, J.L. Perez-Navero, J. Caballero-Villarraso

ABS 19. INDIVIDUALIZED GROWTH TRAJECTORIES FOR PRETERM INFANTS USING A GROWTH TRAJECTORY CALCULATOR TOOL • E. Landau-Crangle, N. Rochow, T.R. Fenton, K. Liu, H.Y. So, G. Fusch, A. Ali, M.L. Marrin, C. Fusch

ABS 20. PROACTIVE USE OF BREAST MILK FORTIFIER AND BREAST MILK AT DISCHARGE: IS THERE A LINK? A NATIONAL SURVEY OF PRACTICE • S. Stiles, L. de Rooy

ABS 21. INFLUENCE OF HUMAN MILK AND PAREN­TERAL LIPID SOLUTIONS ON SERUM FATTY ACID PROFILES IN EXTREMELY PRETERM IN­FANTS • A.K. Nilsson, C. Löfqvist, S. Najm, G. Hellgren, E. Engström, P. Lundgren, A.-L. Hård, A. Lapillonne, K. Sävman, M.X. Andersson, L.E.H. Smith, A. Hellström

ABS 22. GROWTH AND BODY COMPOSITION UP TO 4 MONTHS OF AGE IN PRETERM INFANTS AND TERM CONTROLS (PEAPOD STUDY) • A. Chmielewska, A. Farooqi, M. Domellöf, I. Ohlund

ABS 23. SODIUM SUPPLY BUT NOT HYPERNATREMIA IS ASSOCIATED WITH SEVERE INTRA­VEN­TRICULAR HEMORRHAGE IN EXTREMELY PRE­TERM INFANTS • C. Späth, E. Stoltz Sjöström, J. Ågren, F. Ahlsson, M. Domellöf

ABS 24. COMPARISON OF THE POSTNATAL CATCH UP GROWTH ACCORDING TO THE DEFINITION OF SMALL FOR GESTATIONAL AGE INFANTS • J. Huh, J.Y. Kwon, E.H. Lee, H.R. Kim, K.H. Lee

ABS 25. RELATION OF CORD SERUM LEVELS OF INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-I, INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-BINDING PROTEIN-3, GLUCAGON AND LEPTIN ON BIRTH INDICES BETWEEN KOREAN PRETERM AND TERM INFANTS • J.H. Park, S.J. Kang, L.H. Lee, S.Y. Shin, C.S. Kim, S.L. Lee, J.G. Bae, S. Kim

ABS 26. USE OF DONOR BREAST MILK IN A TERTIARY NEONATAL UNIT – COMPLIANCE WITH A GUIDELINE • C. Apsey, K, Williams, K. Johnson, H. Shore

ABS 27. COPPER AND ZINC CONTENT OF BREAST MILK FROM WOMEN SUFFERING FROM WILSON’S DISEASE • T. Reicherzer, G. Schütze, M. Vogeser, A. Schulze, A.W. Flemmer

ABS 28. EARLY ENERGY AND PROTEIN INTAKE AFFECTS GROWTH AND MORBIDITY IN EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANTS • S. Klevebro, V. Westin, E. Stoltz Sjöström, M. Norman, M. Domellöf, A.-K Edstedt Bonamy, B. Hallberg

ABS 29. USE OF PROBIOTICS IN PRETERM NEWBORNS. DOES FEEDING TOLERANCE IMPROVE? • M.I. Huescar, M.G. Espinosa, T. Sanchez, E. Salguero

ABS 30. VALID AND RELIABLE EARLY IDENTIFICATION OF NEONATAL DYSPHAGIA • M. Viviers, A. Kritzinger

ABS 31. EFFECT OF INFANT FORMULA WITH PROTEIN CONTENT OF 1.6 G/100 KCAL FED BETWEEN 3-12 MONTHS ON BODY COMPOSITION AND ADIPOSITY AT AGE 5 YEARS • E.E. Ziegler, D.A. Fields, S.D. Chernausek, D. Grathwohl, J.M. Jeter, S.E. Nelson, M. Chen, N.P. Hays, F. Haschke

ABS 32. EARLY-LIFE PROTEIN INTAKE IN INFANTS BORN EXTREMELY PRETERM IS ASSOCIATED WITH HIGHER BLOOD PRESSURE AT SCHOOL-AGE • I. Zamir, E. Stoltz Sjöström, A.K. Edstedt Bonamy, L.A. Mohlkert, M. Norman, M. Domellöf

ABS 33. EXTRAUTERINE GROWTH RESTRICTION ASSOCIATED FACTORS IN SMALL AND APPROPRIATE FOR GESTATIONAL AGE INFANTS: A COHORT STUDY • C. Morcelli-Tovar, A.A. Vieira

ABS 34. IS THERE ANY ASSOCIATION BETWEEN LAMELLAR BODY COUNTS AND CORD BLOOD VITAMIN D LEVELS OF TERM AND LATE PRETERM INFANTS? • N. Okur, H.G. Kanmaz, M. Buyuktiryaki, H. Bezirganoglu, G.K. Simsek, F.E. Canpolat, N. Uras, S.S. Oguz

ABS 35. NEONATAL BODY COMPOSITION OF INFANTS BORN TO MOTHERS WITH GESTATIONAL DIABETES MELLITUS • A.M. Pavel, M. O’Riordan, L. Culliney, T. Nabialek, J. De Meulemeester, F. Caulfield, A. Stanescu, Z. Coffrey, D. Coffey, A. Doolan

ABS 36. EFFECT OF ENTERAL IRON SUPPLEMENTA­TION ON HEALTH OUTCOMES IN PRETERM AND LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS: A SYS­TEMATIC REVIEW • E. McCarthy, M. Kiely

ABS 37. NEONATAL INTESTINAL FAILURE IN THE UK – WHO CARES? • R. Jones, P. Cairns

ABS 38. PREVALENCE OF PREDIABETES AND TYPE 2 DIABETES IN YOUNG ADULTS BORN WITH VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT • M. Talman, P. Nixon, E. Jensen, L. Washburn

ABS 39. THE MATERNAL-FETAL GRADIENT OF FREE AND ESTERIFIED PHYTOSTEROLS AT THE TIME OF DELIVERY IN HUMANS • A. Correani, S. Visentin, E. Cosmi, E. Ponchia, S. D’Aronco, M. Simonato, L. Vedovelli, P. Cogo, V. P. Carnielli

ABS 40. TRANSIENT POSTNATAL OVERFEEDING IN MICE LEADS TO METABOLIC AND HEPATIC DISORDERS AT ADULTHOOD • C. Yzydorczyk, N. Li, D. Mosig, M. Bidho, B. Keshavjee, J.B. Armengaud, C. Vergely, U. Simeoni

ABS 41. HYPOARGININAEMIA AND SEPSIS IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS RECEIVING PARENTERAL NUTRITION • C. Morgan, L. Burgess

ABS 42. ASSOCIATION BETWEEN MATERNAL KNOWLEDGE ON BREASTFEEDING AND THE ASSESSMENT OF THE NEWBORN’S LATCH IN A MATERNITY CENTER IN THE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OF THE SOUTH REGION OF BRAZIL • S.S. Nader, P.J.H. Nader, N.T. Canabarro

ABS 43. HUMAN MILK AND HUMAN MILK DERIVED PRODUCTS: HOW BIOACTIVE COMPONENT ANALYSIS MAY INFORM CLINICAL OUTCOMES IN THE NICU • V. Niklas, D. Rechtman, M. Lee, A. Lebouedec, A. Sun

ABS 44. EVALUATION OF SUPPORTING FISH-OIL CONTENTS FROM BIRTH: CAN IT CHANGE OUTCOMES IN PRETERM INFANTS? • S.A. Ozdemir, R. Colak, E. Ergon, M. Yildiz, F. Kulali, K. Celik, O. Olukman, S. Calkavur

ABS 45. LEVELS OF GLUCOSE IN CORD BLOOD SAMPLES (LOGICS) • N. Ó Catháin, A. Stanzelova, B. Treston, R. O’Kelly, A. Killalea, J. Kelly, J. Semberova, J. Miletin

ABS 46. SANJAD SAKATI SYNDROME: ABOUT NEW TUNISIAN CASES • A. Touati, S. Nouri, Y. Hallab, J. Mathlouthi, N. Ben Salah, M. Mastouri Haddeji, Y. El Abed, A. Ben Ahmed, A. Saad, C. Ben Singor, D. H’mida Ben Brahim

ABS 47. CORRELATION BETWEEN MATERNAL AND CORD SERUM LIPID PROFILES AND RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS OF PRETERM NEONATES • M. Abushady, L. Bagoury, M. Elsayed, S. Mohamed, D. Effat

ABS 48. TRACKING CHILDHOOD HEIGHT OF SMALL FOR GESTATIONAL AGE INFANTS IN IRELAND • M.F. Maguire, E. Loftus, D. Gibbons, N. O’Connor, O. O’Brien, S. Carolan, J. Byrne, E. Molloy

ABS 49. THE EFFECT OF DRESSING AFTER TUB BATHING ON MOISTURE LOSS IN PRETERM INFANTS • Z. Kan Onturk, D. Gozen

ABS 50. PERSONALISED PREDICTION OF WEIGHT CHANGES IN THE FIRST WEEK OF LIFE • S. Kasser, M. Wilbaux, J. Gromann, I. Mancino, T. Coscia, O. Lapaire, J.N. van den Anker, M. Pfister, S. Wellmann

ABS 51. THE IMPACT OF EARLY VERSUS LATE NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT ON GROWTH AND NEURODEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOME IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS • C.Y. Kim, J.H. Hwang, E. Jung, B.S. Lee, A.R. Kim, K.S. Kim

ABS 52. NUTRIENT INTAKE IN THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF LIFE PREDICTS BRAIN MACRO- AND MICROSTRUCTURAL GROWTH IN PRETERM NEONATES • J. Schneider, L. Beauport, E. Duerden, T. Guo, J. Foong, M. Bickle Graz, P. Hagmann, M. Chakravarty, P. Hüppi, C. Fischer Fumeaux, S. Miller, A. Truttmann

ABS 53. INSULIN INFUSION FOR HYPERGLYCEMIA IN EXTREMELY PRETERM – A PILOT STUDY • W. Hellström, S. Najm, K. Sävman, I. Pupp Hansen, D. Ley, G. Hellgren, A. Hellström, C. Löfqvist

ABS 54. USE OF PASTEURISED HUMAN DONOR MILK IN ENGLAND • C. Battersby, R. Marciano Alves Mousinho, N. Longford, N. Modi – for the UK Neonatal Collaborative Necrotising Enterocolitis (UKNC-NEC) Study Group

ABS 55. PONDERAL INDEX IN SGA NEONATES: IS IT RELIABLE INDEX? • S. Erçin, T. Gursoy

ABS 56. TARGETING GLUCOSE CONTROL WITH REAL TIME CONTINUOUS GLUCOSE MONITORING • L. Thomson, D. Elleri, D. Dunger, K. Beardsall

ABS 57. POSTNATAL GROWTH VELOCITY CALCULATION: ACCURACY OF DIFFERENT METHODS • A. Ali, N. Rochow, A. Alkhoraidly, R. Iskander, G. Fusch, C. Fusch

ABS 58. ELEVATED ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID LEVELS IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS ON TOTAL PARENTERAL NUTRITION • L. Burgess, M. Turner, B. Flanagan, C. Morgan

ABS 59. NEONATAL HYPOGLYCEMIA DETECTED BY A GLUCOSE METER: IS IT RELIABLE? • K. Ben Ameur, K. Msalbi, T. Khemis, H. Ben Hamida, F.Z. Chioukh, K. Monastiri

ABS 60. EARLY PARENTERAL USE OF A LIPID EMULSION CONTAINING FISH OIL RESULTS IN IMPROVED LONGITUDINAL GROWTH IN EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANTS – A RAN­DOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL • S. Najm, C. Löfqvist, G. Hellgren, E. Engström, A.K. Nilsson, M.X. Andersson, K. Sävman, A. Hellström

ABS 61. INDIVIDUALIZED FORTIFICATION OF HUMAN MILK IMPROVES NUTRITIONAL SUPPLIES AND GROWTH IN PRETERM INFANTS • V. de Halleux, C. Pieltain, T. Senterre, F. Studzinski, J. Rigo

ABS 62. CLINICAL EFFECTS OF OROPHARYNGEAL COLOSTRUM ADMINISTRATION IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS IN THE FIRST MONTH OF LIFE • E. Martin-Alvarez, M. Peña-Caballero, L. Serrano-Lopez, M.B. Sánchez-Martínez, M. Alonso-Moya, J.J. Ochoa, J. Maldonado, J.A. Hurtado-Suazo

ABS 63. BIRTH WEIGHT PERCENTILES BASED ON MATERNAL HEIGHT ARE UNIVERSALLY APPLICABLE AND VALID FOR DIFFERENT ETHNIC GROUPS • D. Olbertz, N. Rochow, M. AlSamnan, J. Däbritz, R. Hentschel, U. Wittwer-Backofen, M. Voigt

ABS 64. DECREASING EXTRAUTERINE GROWTH RESTRICTION IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT (VLBW) INFANTS AFTER IMPLEMENTATION OF A NUTRITIONAL PROTOCOL • J. Asaro, R. Snyder, C. Aikey, I. Griffin, A. Herdt, M. Rogido

ABS 65. Z-SCORE DIFFERENCES BASED ON CROSS-SECTIONAL GROWTH CHARTS DO NOT REFLECT WEIGHT GAIN IN PRETERM IN­FANTS: AN ADJUSTED Z-SCORE FOR LON­GI­TU­DI­NAL ASSESSMENT OF GROWTH • N. Rochow, E. Landau-Crangle, A. Alkhoraidly, A. Bhatia, G. Fusch, P. Muppidi, W. Göpel, C. Fusch

ABS 66. MACRONUTRIENT PROFILE OF DONATED BREAST MILK: DOES LONG TIME BREAST­FEEDING MODIFY IT? • N. Sarmiento-Carrera, N. Gonzalez-Freiria, A. Concheiro-Guisan, M. Suarez-Albo, S. Alonso-Clemente, Jr Fernandez-Lorenzo

ABS 67. TYPE OF FEEDING IN BABIES FROM THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE THERAPY UNIT OF A BABY FRIENDLY HOSPITAL AT THE TIME OF HOSPITAL DISCHARGE • A.M. Miranda, A.L.L. Ledesma, G.M. Fernandes, I.C.L. Firmino, G. Berretim-Felix

ABS 68. DONOR HUMAN MILK IMPACT ON NUTRITIO­NAL STATUS OF VERY PRETERM INFANTS • S. Salas, D. Cañizo, M. Izquierdo, I. Iglesias

ABS 69. INFLUENCE OF THE USE OF DONOR HUMAN MILK IN THE CLINICAL COURSE OF TWO COHORTS OF VERY PRETERM INFANTS • D. Cañizo, S. Salas, M. Izquierdo, I. Iglesias

ABS 70. COMPARATIVE CLINICAL EFFECTIVENESS OF TWO METHODS OF HYPERGLYCEMIA CORRECTION IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT PRETERM INFANTS • O. Dobush, D. Dobryanskyy, Z. Salabay, O. Borysiuk

ABS 71. GROWTH AND BODY COMPOSITION ASSESSMENT AT FOLLOW-UP OF VERY PRETERM INFANTS • B. del Rey Hurtado de Mendoza, C. Balcells, M. Izquierdo-Renau, I. Iglesias-Platas

ABS 72. GROWTH OF VERY PRETERM INFANTS (< 32 WEEKS) WITHIN 3 YEARS AFTER BIRTH • K. Suzuki, Y. Murayama, H. Masaki

ABS 73. THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN 25 OH-D VITAMIN LEVELS AND AORTIC, CAROTID INTIMA MEDIA THICKNESS IN HEALTHY NEWBORN INFANTS • D. Arman, Z. Cetiner, A. Erdil, E. Yurdakul

ABS 74. TARGET FORTIFICATION OF BREAST MILK WITH PROTEIN, CARBOHYDRATE AND FAT FOR PRETERM INFANTS IMPROVES GROWTH OUTCOMES: A DOUBLE-BLIND RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL • N. Rochow, G. Fusch, A. Ali, A. Bhatia, S. Ahmad, A. Nguyen, L. Chessell, S. el Helou, C. Fusch

ABS 75. HORMONE PROFILE AND ANTHROPOMETRIC ASSESSMENT OF VERY PRETERM NEWBORNS AT FOLLOW-UP • C. Balcells, B. del Rey Hurtado de Mendoza, M. Izquierdo-Renau, I. Iglesias-Platas

ABS 76. REDUCING VARIABILITY IN MACRONUTRIENT INTAKES IMPROVES GROWTH IN PRETERM INFANTS: TARGET FORTIFICATION OF BREAST MILK – A DOUBLE-BLIND RANDOMIZED CON­TROLLED TRIAL • A. Bhatia, N. Rochow, G. Fusch, A. Ali, A. Nguyen, A. Bahonjic, C. Fusch

ABS 77. NEWBORN BONE HEALTH IS AFFECTED BY MATERNAL BARIATRIC SURGERY • E. Malchau Carlsen, K.M. Renault, B. Kanijo Møller, K. Nørgaard, L. Nilas, J.E. Bech Jensen, J. Lauenborg, D. Cortes, O. Pryds

ABS 78. LONG TERM GROWTH AND NEURO­DEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOME IN PRETERM INFANTS BORN SMALL FOR GESTATIONAL AGE (SGA) AND INFANTS WITH INTRAUTERINE GROWTH RESTRICTION (IUGR) • C. Binder, A. Huber-Dangl, J. Binder, A. Kreissl, M. Thanhaeuser, A. Repa, A. Berger, N. Haiden

ABS 79. HUMAN MILK COMPOSITION IN RELATION TO GROWTH AND BODY COMPOSITION IN PRETERM INFANTS AT TERM AGE • K.P.T. Vu, D.F.J. Yumani, A.R.C. Laarman, H.N. Lafeber, M.M. van Weissenbruch

ABS 80. GROWTH PARAMETERS AT BIRTH IN INFANTS WITH CONGENITAL ZIKA VIRUS SYNDROME AND MICROCEPHALY • I. García-García, L. Gely, J. Negrón, L. García-Fragoso

ABS 81. THE EFFECT OF FISH OIL EMULSIONS ON LUNG FUNCTION IN PRETERM INFANTS RECEIVING PARENTERAL NUTRITION • V.P. Carnielli, C. Biagetti, P. Marchionni, A. Correani, M. Carfagna, S. Nobile

ABS 82. MICROBIOTA AND SCFA OF TERM INFANTS • A. Bartnicka, M. Szewc, K. Mielnik, M. Gałęcka, J. Mazela


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Selected Abstracts of the 2nd Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2017); Venice (Italy); October 31-November 4, 2017; Session “Neonatal Fetal Nutrition and Metabolism”

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