Nutricia® Human Milk Fortifier

Indications
  • Premature or low birth weight infants requiring nutritional supplementation.
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    Product Information

    The only extensively hydrolysed human milk fortifier for preterm or low birthweight infants*.

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    Features 

    Designed to help achieve optimal growth1,2

    • When preterm transitional breast milk is supplemented with Nutricia® Human Milk Fortifier, macronutrient levels are aligned with ESPGHAN guidelines.3

     

    The proportion of nutrients from breast milk and Nutricia’s® Human Milk Fortifier
    HMF Chart
    Provides additional energy from protein (10.02kj/sachet) and carbohydrates (23.38kj/sachet):
    • Contains vitamins, minerals and trace elements (except iron).
    • The formulation allows for tailored iron supplementation as appropriate for the individual needs of each infant.
    Nutritional Information
    Average contents Per 2.2g (one sachet) of Nutricia® Human Milk Fortifier Nutricia® Human Milk Fortifier (2 sachets powder) + 100mL preterm traditional breast milk ESPGHAN 2010 per 339kJ (81kcal)3
    NUTRITION INFORMATION
    Energy 33 kJ 339 kJ
    8 kcal 81 kcal
    Protein 0.6 g 2.7 g 2.9-3.3 <1kg bodyweight g
    2.6-2.9 ≥1kg bodyweight
    Carbohydrate 1.4 g 9.4 g 8.5-9.7 g
    Sugars 0.1 g 6.8 g NS
    Lactose 6.6 NS
    Sucrose 0 g NS
    Maltose 0.1 g 0.2 g NS
    Fat 0 g 3.7 g 3.6-4.9 g
    Saturated 0 g 1.8 g NS
    Monounsaturated 1.4 NS
    Polyunsaturated 0.3 g NS
    MINERALS
    Calcium 33 mg 91 mg 89-105 mg
    Phosphorus 19 mg 54 mg 45-65 mg
    Sodium 18 mg 66 mg 51-85 mg
    Potassium 12 mg 81 mg 49-97 mg
    Chloride 13 mg 116 mg 77-130 mg
    Magnesium 2.5 mg 8 mg 6-11 mg
    Iron 0.07 1.5-2.2 mg
    Zinc 0.3 mg 0.9 mg 0.8-1.5 mg
    Iodine 5.5 μg 11 μg 8-41 μg
    Manganese 4.1 μg 8.5 μg 5.1-20.3 μg
    Copper 18 μg 76 μg 73-97 μg
    Selenium 0.9 μg 3.8 μg 3.6-7.3 μg
    VITAMINS
    Vitamin A 116 μg-RE 323 μg-RE 292-599 μg-RE
    Vitamin D (includes all forms; D~3~) 2.5 μg 5.04 μg NS μg
    Vitamin E 1.3 mg-α-T.E 3.1 mg-α-T.E 1.6-8.1 mg-α-T.E
    Vitamin K 3.2 μg 6.4 μg 3.2-20.3 μg
    Vitamin B~1~(Thiamin) 66 μg 142 μg 101-223 μg
    Vitamin B~2~ (Riboflavin) 87 μg 204 μg 146-296 μg
    Vitamin B~6~ (Pyridoxine) 56 μg 112 μg 33-221 μg
    Vitamin B~12~ (Cobalamin) 0.1 μg 0.23 μg 0.06-0.57 μg
    Vitamin B~3~ (Niacin) 1.2 mg 3.1 mg 0.3-4.1 mg
    Viatmin B~5~ (Pantothenic Acid) 0.38 mg 0.96 mg 0.24-1.54 mg
    Biotin 1.3 μg 2.8 μg 1.2-12.2 μg
    Folic Acid/Folate 15 μg 33 μg 26-73 μg
    Vitamin C 6 mg 18 mg 8-34 mg
    References

    *As of 7th July 2020 ESPGHAN = European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition.

    1. Nicholl RM and Gamsu HR. Acta Paediatr 1999; 88:1056–61.
    2. Simmer K. J Paediatr Child Health 2000; 36: 593–595.
    3. Agostoni C et al. J Paediatr Gastro Nutr 2010; 50(1):85–91.
    BREAST MILK IS BEST FOR BABIES: Professional advice should be followed before using an infant formula. Introducing partial bottle feeding could negatively affect breast feeding. Good maternal nutrition is important for breast feeding and reversing a decision not to breast feed may be difficult. Infant formula should be used as directed. Proper use of an infant formula is important to the health of the infant. Social and financial implications should be considered when selecting a method of feeding. FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS ONLY