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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Richard J Schanler (Rich)
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Phone: (713) 798-7176 ext.
Fax: (713) 798-7000

Room 8072
1100 Bates Street
HOUSTON , TX 770302600


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Maturation of oral feeding skills in preterm infants -
Amaizu, N., Shulman, R.J., Schanler, R.J., Lau, C. 2008. Maturation of oral feeding skills in preterm infants. Acta Paediatrica. 97(1):61-67.
BREASTFEEDING IN POSTPARTUM PERIOD -
Hopkinson, J., Schanler, R.J. 2004. Breastfeeding in postpartum period. Uptodate Online Journal.
BREASTFEEDING IN THE PERINATAL PERIOD -
Hopkinson, J., Schanler, R.J. 2004. Breastfeeding in the perinatal period. UpToDate Online Journal [serial online]. 12.2. Available: https://store.utdol.com/app/index.asp.
COMPARING ALTERNATIVES TO AN EXTENSIVE HYDROLYZED PROTEIN FORMULA IN FEEDING PREMATURE INFANTS FOLLOWING GASTROINTESTINAL RESECTION AND ENTEROSTOMY PLACEMENT -
GLUCONEOGENIC SUBSTRATE AVAILABILITY IS IMPORTANT FOR MAINTAINING GLUCOSE PRODUCTION IN PREMATURELY BORN INFANTS -
SUNEHAG, A., HAYMOND, M., SCHANLER, R.J., BIER, D.M. GLUCONEOGENIC SUBSTRATE AVAILABILITY IS IMPORTANT FOR MAINTAINING GLUCOSE PRODUCTION IN PREMATURELY BORN INFANTS. PEDIATRIC RESEARCH. 2001.
PLASMA CHOLINE IN NORMAL NEWBORNS, INFANTS, TODDLERS, AND IN VERY-LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT NEONATES REQUIRING TOTAL PARENTERAL NUTRITION -
Buchman,A.L., Sohel,M., Moukarzel,A., Bryant,D., Schanler,R., Awal,M., Burns,P., Dorman,K., Belfort,M., Jenden,D.J., Killip,D., Roch,M. 2001. Plasma choline in normal newborns, infants, toddlers, and in very-low-birth-weight neonates requiring total parenteral nutrition. Nutrition. 17(1):18-21.
BREASTFEEDING: CURRENT RECOMMENDATIONS AND MANAGEMENT ISSUES -
THE USE OF HUMAN MILK FOR PREMATURE INFANTS -
THE RESURGENCE OF BREASTFEEDING AT THE END OF THE SECOND MILLENNIUM -
CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN ENTERAL NUTRITION SUPPORT FOR PREMATURE INFANTS WITHBRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA -
ORAL FEEDING IN PREMATURE INFANTS: ADVANTAGE OF A SELF-PACED MILK FLOW -
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES OF SUCKING IN PRETERM INFANTS DURING BOTTLE FEEDING -
FEEDING TOLERANCE IN PREMATURE INFANTS FED FORTIFIED HUMAN MILK -
GROWTH IN HUMAN MILK-FED VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS RECEIVING A NEW HUMAN MILK FORTIFIER -
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF A HOSPITAL-BASED LACTATION PROGRAM AND MOTHER'S OWN MILK BANK -
EFFECT OF NUTRIENTS IN HUMAN MILK ON THE RECIPIENT PREMATURE INFANT -
THE BENEFITS OF HUMAN MILK FOR PREMATURE INFANTS -
BREASTFEEDING: IT IS STILL UNIQUE! -
EARLY ENTERAL FEEDING PLUS SUPPLEMENTAL PARENTERAL NUTRITION GIVES PREMATURE INFANTS THE BEST START -
BIOACTIVITY IN HUMAN MILK AND BACTERIAL INTERACTIONS IN THE DEVELOPING IMMATURE INTESTINE. OVERVIEW: THE CLINICAL PERSPECTIVE -
LACTATION AND STRESS IN MOTHERS OF PREMATURE INFANTS -
FATTY ACID SOAPS MAY BE RESPONSIBLE FOR POOR FAT ABSORPTION IN PREMATURE INFANTS FED FORTIFIED HUMAN MILK (FHM) -
FEEDING STRATEGIES FOR PREMATURE INFANTS: BENEFICIAL OUTCOMES OF FEEDING FORTIFIED HUMAN MILK -
HUMAN MILK AND INFANT FORMULA -
FOLLOW-UP BONE DEVELOPMENT IN PREMATURE INFANTS -
PEDIATRICIANS' PRACTICES AND ATTITUDES REGARDING BREASTFEEDING PROMOTION -
THE USE OF HUMAN MILK AND BREASTFEEDING IN PREMATURE INFANTS -
FEEDING STRATEGIES FOR PREMATURE INFANTS: RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF TIME OF INITIATION AND METHOD OF FEEDING -
BREASTFEEDING AND THE USE OF HUMAN MILK -
NUTRIENT ACCRETION IN PRETERM INFANTS FED FORMULA WITH DIFFERENT PROTEIN: ENERGY RATIOS -
GROWTH OF PREMATURE INFANTS FED FORTIFIED HUMAN MILK -
THE EFFECTS OF NUTRIENT FORTIFICATION AND VARYING STORAGE CONDITIONS ON HOST DEFENSE PROPERTIES OF HUMAN MILK -
HUMAN MILK FORTIFICATION FOR PREMATURE INFANTS (EDITORIAL) -
FORTIFIED HUMAN MILK IMPROVES THE HEALTH OF THE PREMATURE INFANT -
BREASTFEEDING -
WHO NEEDS WATER-SOLUBLE VITAMINS? -
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