Transcript
  • 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Introduction
  • 00:20    |    
    Background on infant feeding
  • 01:04    |    
    Investigation work by Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Camerer
  • Balance studies
  • 04:05    |    
    Origins of artificial formula
  • 05:44    |    
    Science of infant feeding
  • 05:52    |    
    The work of Justus Freiherr von Liebig
    • Origins of lactose-free milk
    • Liebig's composition measurement device
  • 09:52    |    
    Carl von Voit: Father of calorimetry
  • 11:00    |    
    Max Rubner's contributions to science
  • 12:32    |    
    Wilbur Olin Atwater's calorimeter
  • 13:41    |    
    Nils Rosén von Rosenstein: Father of pediatrics
  • 14:21    |    
    Artificial feeding
  • 14:45    |    
    Johann Otto Leonhard Heubner: Father of pediatric nutrition
  • 15:30    |    
    Leo Langstein
  • 16:34    |    
    American calorimetry contributors
    • Graham Lusk
    • John Howland
  • 17:38    |    
    Nitrogen balance
  • 20:08    |    
    Milk-protein quality history
  • 21:10    |    
    Feeding device
  • 21:33    |    
    Important contributors to improve milk quality
    • Clemens Peter Freiherr von Pirquet: Introduction of the concept "allergy"
    • Robert Cooke: Father of hydrolyzed protein formulas
    • Edith Jackson
    • Breastfeeding research
    • Franz Joseph Emil Fischer: Father of carbohydrate chemistry
    • Heinrich Finkelstein
      • Scientific approach to infant formula
      • Creation of a special formula
  • 27:24    |    
    Contemporary infant nutrition research
  • 27:37    |    
    Mission of the Children's Nutrition Research Center
  • 28:40    |    
    Final credits


Art and Science of Infant Feeding

New Media  | 23 de octubre de 2012  | Vistas: 6

Buford L. Nichols lectures on the changes that infant feeding has experienced through the years, the history of artificial formula and its improvements. He mentions and credits scholars who were pioneers in the field of pediatrics and chemistry, and also comments on old methods and machinery that was used to treat malnutrition. He later discusses how these tools have progressed, giving way to evolving contributions in this area. Finally, he talks about the mission of the Children's Nutrition Research Center of ensuring the health of pregnant and lactating women and infants, through the definition of their nutrition requirements.


 

 

 


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Buford L. Nichols, Jr. is professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College…

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