Estado nutricio saludable en la mujer durante la gestación: teoría de rango medio

Healthy nutritional status of women during gestation: a medium range theory

Estado nutrício saudável na mulher durante a gestação: teoria de rango médio

  • E. Guzmán-Ortiz Facultad de Enfermería. Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (Ciudad de Monterrey, México)
  • V.M. Cárdenas-Villarreal Facultad de Enfermería. Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (Ciudad de Monterrey, México)
  • M.C. Guevara-Valtier Facultad de Enfermería. Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (Ciudad de Monterrey, México)
  • Y. Botello-Moreno Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas (Tamaulipas, México)
Palabras clave: Nutrición prenatal, fenómenos fisiológicos de la nutrición prenatal, atención de enfermería, factores de riesgo, México
Key-words: Prenatal nutrition, prenatal nutrition physiological phenomena, nursing care, risk factors, Mexico
Palavras chave: Nutrição pré-natal, fenómenos fisiológicos da nutrição pré-natal, atenção de enfermagem, fatores de risco, México

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Guzmán-Ortiz, E.; Cárdenas-Villarreal, V.M.; Guevara-Valtier, M.C.; Botello-Moreno, Y. Estado nutricio saludable en la mujer durante la gestación: teoría de rango medio. Enfermería Universitaria. 22 de octubre de 2018; 15(3). Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/reu/305316reu [acceso: 14/11/2018]
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