Association between body composition at term equivalent age and Bayley scores at 2 years in preterm infants

Posted on 24 May 2021, Scientific

Association between body composition at term equivalent age and Bayley scores at 2 years in preterm infants

Premature infants often undergo postnatal growth failure and show an altered body composition (BC) at termequivalent age (TEA) with lower fat-free mass (FFM) and increased fat mass (FM) than infants born at term.

Infant body composition assessment in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) using air displacement plethysmography: strategies for implementation into clinical workflow

Posted on 04 May 2021, Scientific

Infant body composition assessment in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) using air displacement plethysmography: strategies for implementation into clinical workflow

Body composition is a sensitive marker of infants’ intra- and extrauterine growth quality that can influence short- and long-term outcomes; including retinopathy of prematurity, bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD), metabolic health, cardiovascular and neurodevelopmental outcomes.

March 28-31, 2020: ASPEN 2020 Virtual Congress - Nutrition Science & Practice

Posted on 30 January 2020, Event

March 28-31, 2020: ASPEN 2020 Virtual Congress - Nutrition Science & Practice

COSMED will be present during the ASPEN 2020 Virtual Congress in Nutrition Science & Practice from the 28th to the 31st of March 2020.

Body Composition Changes from Infancy to 4 Years and Associations with Early Childhood Cognition in Preterm and Full-Term Children

Posted on 20 June 2018, COSMED News, English, Body Composition, Scientific, BOD POD, PEA POD

indirect calorimetry

A new study on the Neonatology Journal shows the relationship netween body composition at birth and in early childhood with risk for cognitive deficits.

Diabetes in pregnancy and infant adiposity: systematic review and meta-analysis

Posted on 24 March 2017, COSMED News, English, Body Composition, Scientific, PEA POD

indirect calorimetry

A new systematic review on the relationship between maternal diabetes in pregnancy and offspring adiposity was published in the ADC Fetal % Neonatal Journal.

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