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Diflucan (Fluconazole)

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TAKING CARE OF ILL CHILDREN: FEEDING SICK CHILDREN
Hyper-alimentation by itself has revolutionized the care of all critically ill children, not just preemies. Some babies are born with their stomachs and intestines outside their bodies. It takes three or more operations to repair this defect. Many babies starved between surgeries. Now surgeons save four of five such infants because hyper-alimentation keeps them alive between operations. Similarly, chronic diarrhea formerly killed more than three of four of the infants whom it attacked. Hyper-alimentation now rescues nine of 10.
It helped 3-year-old Taina Gomez of New York City, who was born prematurely and could not absorb food taken by mouth after much of her small intestine unaccountably died. Now, a food pump pushes liquid nutrition into the big vein of her heart. But it costs 15,000 dollars a month to keep Taina alive at home.
Dr. William Heird, of Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City, who started Taina on hyper-alimentation, says, “Some of these children may have to be fed this way for life. It’s not clear that they can live this way but, for now, they are living.”
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