Nutrient Balance Studies in Premature Infants Fed Premature Formula or Fortified Preterm Human Milk

@article{Ehrenkranz1989NutrientBS,
  title={Nutrient Balance Studies in Premature Infants Fed Premature Formula or Fortified Preterm Human Milk},
  author={R. Ehrenkranz and P. Gettner and C. Nelli},
  journal={Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition},
  year={1989},
  volume={8},
  pages={58–67}
}
  • R. Ehrenkranz, P. Gettner, C. Nelli
  • Published 1989
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition
  • This report compares fat. nitrogen, calcium, phosphorus, zinc, and copper absorption and retention data from 13 nutritional balance studies performed in 12 appropriate-for-gestational-age premature infants with birth weights ≤ 1.600 g fed a proprietary premature formula or their own mother's preterm human milk (PTHM) fortified with a powdered protein-mineral supplement. At the time of each balance study, each infant had a stable condition, was tolerating feedings, and was gaining weight… CONTINUE READING
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