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[Growth, acceptance, and tolerance with a new milk formula].
Rev Chil Pediatr. 1991 Mar-Apr; 62(2):87-93.RC

Abstract

The purpose of this investigation was to evaluate the effect of a modified cow's milk formula on growth, tolerance and acceptability, which was studied in 2,097 infants selected from those controlled in primary health centers at Santiago, Chile: 1,119 were fed a modified cow's milk formula (LPM), while an unmodified powdered cow's milk (LP) was given to 978 controls of the same age and conditions, as well as solid foods after 4 months of age. Both experimental and control groups were followed along a 4 months period for records of anthropometric data, morbidity, acceptability and tolerance for LP and LPM. We did not find significant differences in growth (values ranging 95 to 100% of NCHS standards W/A or H/A). A slightly higher energy intake and lower protein intake was observed with LPM. Gastrointestinal symptoms were infrequently seen and of similar frequency and character in both 0 to 4 month old groups (4.3% with LPM vs. 5.3% with LP at first control). These gastrointestinal signs were more frequently recorded under LPM than with LP in the 8 to 12 months old group only at first control (colics 8% vs. 4% p < 0.01 and abnormal stools 9.4% vs. 5.5% p < 0.01). Acute acceptability expressed as percentage withdrawal from study was not significantly lower with LPM than LP (5 to 15% vs. 2% N.S.). The proposed modified formula seems to be a good alternative to powdered cow's milk for infants.

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Instituto de Nutrición y Tecnología de los Alimentos, Universidad de Chile.No affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Clinical Trial
Comparative Study
English Abstract
Journal Article
Randomized Controlled Trial

Language

spa

PubMed ID

1844168

Citation

Jury, G, et al. "[Growth, Acceptance, and Tolerance With a New Milk Formula]." Revista Chilena De Pediatria, vol. 62, no. 2, 1991, pp. 87-93.
Jury G, Castillo C, Atalah E, et al. [Growth, acceptance, and tolerance with a new milk formula]. Rev Chil Pediatr. 1991;62(2):87-93.
Jury, G., Castillo, C., Atalah, E., Puentes, R., & Riumallo, J. (1991). [Growth, acceptance, and tolerance with a new milk formula]. Revista Chilena De Pediatria, 62(2), 87-93.
Jury G, et al. [Growth, Acceptance, and Tolerance With a New Milk Formula]. Rev Chil Pediatr. 1991 Mar-Apr;62(2):87-93. PubMed PMID: 1844168.
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TY - JOUR T1 - [Growth, acceptance, and tolerance with a new milk formula]. AU - Jury,G, AU - Castillo,C, AU - Atalah,E, AU - Puentes,R, AU - Riumallo,J, PY - 1991/3/1/pubmed PY - 1991/3/1/medline PY - 1991/3/1/entrez SP - 87 EP - 93 JF - Revista chilena de pediatria JO - Rev Chil Pediatr VL - 62 IS - 2 N2 - The purpose of this investigation was to evaluate the effect of a modified cow's milk formula on growth, tolerance and acceptability, which was studied in 2,097 infants selected from those controlled in primary health centers at Santiago, Chile: 1,119 were fed a modified cow's milk formula (LPM), while an unmodified powdered cow's milk (LP) was given to 978 controls of the same age and conditions, as well as solid foods after 4 months of age. Both experimental and control groups were followed along a 4 months period for records of anthropometric data, morbidity, acceptability and tolerance for LP and LPM. We did not find significant differences in growth (values ranging 95 to 100% of NCHS standards W/A or H/A). A slightly higher energy intake and lower protein intake was observed with LPM. Gastrointestinal symptoms were infrequently seen and of similar frequency and character in both 0 to 4 month old groups (4.3% with LPM vs. 5.3% with LP at first control). These gastrointestinal signs were more frequently recorded under LPM than with LP in the 8 to 12 months old group only at first control (colics 8% vs. 4% p < 0.01 and abnormal stools 9.4% vs. 5.5% p < 0.01). Acute acceptability expressed as percentage withdrawal from study was not significantly lower with LPM than LP (5 to 15% vs. 2% N.S.). The proposed modified formula seems to be a good alternative to powdered cow's milk for infants. SN - 0370-4106 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/1844168/[Growth_acceptance_and_tolerance_with_a_new_milk_formula]_ L2 - https://medlineplus.gov/infantandnewbornnutrition.html DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -