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(human milk fortifier)
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  • Early versus Delayed Fortification of Human Milk in Preterm Infants: A Systematic Review. [Systematic Review]
    Neonatology 2019; :1-9Alyahya W, Simpson J, … Edwards CA
  • Expressed breast milk (EBM) is commonly supplemented with commercially prepared human milk fortifier to meet the additional nutritional needs of preterm infants. The optimal milk intake at which to introduce fortification is unknown. The objective of this systematic review was to compare the effect of early fortification (EF) versus that of delayed introduction of human milk fortifier (DF) on sho…
  • Solely human milk diets for preterm infants. [Review]
    Semin Perinatol 2019Taylor SN
  • Human milk provides not only ideal nutrition for infant development but also immunologic factors to protect from infection and inflammation. For the newborn preterm infant, the natural delivery of milk is not attainable, and instead pumped maternal milk, donor human milk, and human milk fortification are mainstays of clinical care. Current research demonstrates a decreased risk of necrotizing ent…
  • FEEDMI: A Study Protocol to Determine the Influence of Infant-Feeding on Very-Preterm-Infant's Gut Microbiota. [Journal Article]
    Neonatology 2019; :1-6Morais J, Marques C, … Calhau C
  • CONCLUSIONS: It is hypothesized that significant differences in the microbiota composition and clinical outcomes of very preterm infants will be observed depending on the type of infant feeding. In addition, this study will clarify how pasteurized donor's milk influences the intestinal microbiota colonization of preterm infants. This is a pioneer study developed in collaboration with the country's Human Milk Bank. We also expect to find microbiota alterations in infants according to the mode of delivery and to maternal diet. This study will contribute to increase the evidence on the effects of breast or donor human milk and its fortification with a bovine protein-based fortifier on infant microbiota.
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