Yıl: 2010 Cilt: 45 Sayı: 4 Sayfa Aralığı: 309 - 314 Metin Dili: Türkçe İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri

Öz:
Bebeklerin ilk altı ay sadece anne sütü ile beslenmesi bugün tartışmasız kabul gören bir beslenme yöntemidir. Anne sütü, bebeğin aldığı dönem için büyüme ve gelişimine yönelik gereksinimlerini karşılamakta, enfeksiyonlardan koruması nedeni ile hastalığı ve ölüm oranını azaltmakta, aynı zamanda da bebeğe ileri yaşamında ve hatta erişkin dönemde yararlar sağlayabilmektedir. Bu ileri dönem etkiler konusunda çeşitli çalışmalarda farklı sonuçların elde edildiği gözlemlenmektedir. Anne sütünün ileri yaşama etkileri konusunda son bilgiler ışığında hazırlanan bu derlemenin ülkemizdeki tüm gebe, yeni doğan ve bebeklerle ilgilenen hekimlere anne sütünün yararlarını tekrar hatırlatacağı ümidindeyiz.
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Konular: Pediatri

Long-term benefits of breastfeeding

Öz:
Exclusively breastfeeding during the first six months of life is a worldwide accepted mode of feeding infants. Breast milk not only provides the needs of the infant for appropriate growth and development, but also lowers the mortality and morbidity by protecting against infections. It may also have some benefits for the following years and even for the adulthood. Numerous studies conducted on the late effects of breastfeeding reported sometimes inconsistent findings. We hope that review including last scientific knowledge would be helpful for physicians who deal with pregnants, newborns and infants to remember the benefits of breastfeeding.
Anahtar Kelime:

Konular: Pediatri
Belge Türü: Makale Makale Türü: Araştırma Makalesi Erişim Türü: Erişime Açık
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APA SELİMOĞLU M, CELİLOĞLU Ö, Celiloğlu C (2010). Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri. , 309 - 314.
Chicago SELİMOĞLU M. Selim,CELİLOĞLU Özgü Suna,Celiloğlu Can Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri. (2010): 309 - 314.
MLA SELİMOĞLU M. Selim,CELİLOĞLU Özgü Suna,Celiloğlu Can Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri. , 2010, ss.309 - 314.
AMA SELİMOĞLU M,CELİLOĞLU Ö,Celiloğlu C Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri. . 2010; 309 - 314.
Vancouver SELİMOĞLU M,CELİLOĞLU Ö,Celiloğlu C Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri. . 2010; 309 - 314.
IEEE SELİMOĞLU M,CELİLOĞLU Ö,Celiloğlu C "Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri." , ss.309 - 314, 2010.
ISNAD SELİMOĞLU, M. Selim vd. "Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri". (2010), 309-314.
APA SELİMOĞLU M, CELİLOĞLU Ö, Celiloğlu C (2010). Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri. Türk Pediatri Arşivi, 45(4), 309 - 314.
Chicago SELİMOĞLU M. Selim,CELİLOĞLU Özgü Suna,Celiloğlu Can Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri. Türk Pediatri Arşivi 45, no.4 (2010): 309 - 314.
MLA SELİMOĞLU M. Selim,CELİLOĞLU Özgü Suna,Celiloğlu Can Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri. Türk Pediatri Arşivi, vol.45, no.4, 2010, ss.309 - 314.
AMA SELİMOĞLU M,CELİLOĞLU Ö,Celiloğlu C Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri. Türk Pediatri Arşivi. 2010; 45(4): 309 - 314.
Vancouver SELİMOĞLU M,CELİLOĞLU Ö,Celiloğlu C Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri. Türk Pediatri Arşivi. 2010; 45(4): 309 - 314.
IEEE SELİMOĞLU M,CELİLOĞLU Ö,Celiloğlu C "Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri." Türk Pediatri Arşivi, 45, ss.309 - 314, 2010.
ISNAD SELİMOĞLU, M. Selim vd. "Anne sütü ile beslenmenin ileri yaşama etkileri". Türk Pediatri Arşivi 45/4 (2010), 309-314.