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Prolact CR® Human Milk Caloric Fortifier

A randomized clinical trial found premature infants who received the Human Milk Caloric Fortifier had superior length and weight velocity compared with infants who did not receive the calorific fortifier.1

Prolact CR®

Prolact CR®

  • Human milk caloric fortifier is ideal for infants receiving low caloric content from mom's milk (MOM) or donor human milk (DM).
     
  • Prolact CR is the only completely human solution created to add calories if MOM or DM is measuring below 20 Cal/oz. Data show that 65% of the time, MOM is less than 20 cal/oz.2 In another recent study, non-Prolacta DM was 19 cal/oz. on average.1
     
Table: Comparison of Growth Velocities
Control group
(n=39)
Cream group
(n=39)
P-value
Length velocity
(cm/week)
0.83 ± 0.41 1.03 ± 0.33 0.02
Weight velocity
(g/kg/day)
12.4 ± 3.9* 14.0 ± 2.5 0.03
Table is adapted from Hair, et al., Journal of Pediatrics, 2014. DOI: 10.1016/j.jpeds.2014.07.005.
 

 
Prolact CR® Macronutrient Information

Formulated to deliver a minimum of 2.5 Cal/mL - samples averaged 2.6 Cal/mL as shown below

Fat Carbohydrate Protein
Averages

25% (w/v)

0.25 g/mL

(x9 Cal/g =
2.25 Cal/mL)

7(w/v)

0.07 g/mL

(x4 Cal/g =
0.28 Cal/mL)

0.8% (w/v)

0.01 g/mL

(x4 Cal/g =
0.04 Cal/mL)

Total: 2.57 Cal/mL

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References
1. A. Hair, et al. J Pediatr. 2014. doi:10.1016/j.jpeds.2014.07.005.
2. Wojcik K, et al. JADA. 2009;109:137-140.

 

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