Study shows salivary biomarkers predict oral feeding readiness in preterm newborns

Results from a study published online in The Journal of Pediatrics hold the potential to substantially improve clinical decision-making to determine when a premature newborn is ready for oral feeding. The study describes developmental salivary biomarkers associated with feeding success in newborns, markers that could lead to development of objective assessment tools for caregivers. —> Read More Here


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