IUGR and Macrosomic Phenotypes - How They Develop and Change Over Time
Miami Neonatology 2016: Annual International Conference

William W. Hay, Jr, MD, professor of pediatrics, director, Child Maternal Health Program, Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, and scientific director of the Perinatal Research Center at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, Colorado, discusses the underlying physiology that places intrauterine growth restricted (IUGR) and macrosomic infants at risk for metabolic syndrome later in life. After discussing the risks of rapid weight gain in IUGR and macrosomic infants, Dr. Hay examines how perinatal nutrition can reduce the risk of future disease.

Full credit for this course is earned by viewing the video as well as reflecting individually or discussing as a group the Additional Content for Discussion.

This course does not offer CE credit.

  • William W. Hay, Jr, MD

    Professor, Department of Pediatrics
    Co-Director, Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute
    Scientific Director, Perinatal Research Center
    University of Colorado School of Medicine
    Aurora, Colorado