PMID: 12635414Mar 15, 2003Paper

Nutritional assessment and support during pregnancy

Gastroenterology Clinics of North America
Elie Hamaoui, Michal Hamaoui


This article thoroughly updates the authors' previous review of nutritional assessment and support during pregnancy. After briefly reviewing nutrient metabolism and requirements, the authors discuss the nutritional assessment of the pregnant woman and review the nutritional support principles in hyperemesis gravidarum and other conditions that can compromise the nutritional health of mother or fetus.


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