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Clinical Analysis of Neonatal Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome in 137 Newborn Infants

This study examined the potential causative factors, clinical features and prognosis of FPIES in newborns by doing a retrospective analysis on 137 infants in China. They observed a year over year increase in the number of cases of FPIES mainly among term infants delivered by caesarean and receiving mixed feeding.


Objective: To explore the clinical characters, diagnosis, therapy and prognosis of neonatal food protein induced enterocolitis syndrome (NFPIES) to provide a reference for diagnosis and treatment.

30 Mar, 2017
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e-Published: 08 May, 2017


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