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Current Aspects of Perinatology and Physiology of Children

Author: Friedrich Linneweh
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1973.
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A few years ago in the book, Die physiologische Entwicklung des Kindes. Vorlesungen ilber funktionelle Padologie (Springer-Verlag, 1959), the then-current state of knowledge in the field of pedology was compiled by pediatricians from the most diverse countries. In contrast to the term "pediatrics," the word "pedo logy" was used to refer to the physiology of the child, because although the physiological development  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Friedrich Linneweh
ISBN: 9783642619564 3642619568 9783540061984 3540061983
OCLC Number: 858929358
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Some Aspects of Enzyme Induction by Substrates in the Neonate --
Some Aspects of Perinatal Endocrinology and their Possible Relation to Changes in Carbohydrate and Lipid Metabolism --
Hemoglobin Types in Pre- and Postnatal Life --
Phosphorus Compounds in Blood of Premature and Full Term Infants and their Significance in the Metabolism of Red Blood Cells in Early Life --
Activities of Erythrocyte Enzymes through Fetal and Postnatal Life --
The Influence of Training on Physical Fitness in Healthy Children and Children with Chronic Diseases --
Special Aspects of Drug Therapy in Neonates --
Metabolic Changes in Perinatal Tissues. (Enzyme Activities and System Correlations) --
Potassium Content in Full-Term and Premature Babies: Energetics for the Synthesis of Body Cell Mass --
The Development of the Cardia during Childhood.
Responsibility: edited by Friedrich Linneweh.
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A few years ago in the book, Die physiologische Entwicklung des Kindes. Vorlesungen ilber funktionelle Padologie (Springer-Verlag, 1959), the then-current state of knowledge in the field of pedology was compiled by pediatricians from the most diverse countries. In contrast to the term "pediatrics," the word "pedo logy" was used to refer to the physiology of the child, because although the physiological development of the child is intimately associated with disturbances of body functions, both are different from experience with adults. Pedology is more comprehensive than physiology, in that it covers both the physiological and psychological development of the normal child. Favorable response to the above-mentioned book stimulated the project of documenting further progress in pedology at certain intervals, especially by authors who themselves had contributed substantially to these advances. In 1965 and 1968, respectively, two volumes under the title Fortschritte der Pado logie were published by Springer-Verlag-Berlin-Heidelberg-New York. Whereas up to now the English language was used in only some of the articles, in the present volume all authors present their papers in English. Marburg, Spring 1973 The Editor Contents W. Schroter (Hamburg): Some Aspects of Enzyme Induction by Substrates in the Neonate. ... .. ... 1.

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