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Catch-up growth in infants and young children with faltering growth

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An international group of experts reviewed the evidence and guidelines on disease- and non-disease-related faltering growth (FG) in healthy term and SGA infants and children <2 years old in low-, middle- and high-income countries. Using a modified Delphi process, practical agreed statements and areas for research were developed to provide clarity and guidance to general clinicians for the appropriate identification, assessment & management of FG.

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