Fat content of expressed breast milk: a case for quality control.

Abstract

Expressed breast milk used to feed preterm infants is precious and so, despite heterogeneity of composition, all available milk is used. A study of 274 samples of expressed breast milk supplied by preterm mothers and National Childbirth Trust donors showed pronounced variation in fat content as measured by the "creamatocrit" method. This was not due to… (More)

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@article{Spencer1981FatCO, title={Fat content of expressed breast milk: a case for quality control.}, author={Sally Spencer and Dale Hull}, journal={British medical journal}, year={1981}, volume={282 6258}, pages={99-100} }