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Prolact+ H2MF® Human Milk-Based Liquid Human Milk Fortifier

Prolact+ H2MF is the first and only 100% human milk–based liquid human milk fortifier that helps to support the developing immune systems and provides essential nutrients for preterm infants.

Prolact +4 human milk fortifier (made from 100% donor human milk)
Prolact+4 H2MF
24 Cal/fl oz

Prolact +6 human milk fortifier (made from 100% donor human milk)
Prolact+6 H2MF
26 Cal/fl oz

Prolact +8 human milk fortifier (made from 100% donor human milk)
Prolact+8 H2MF
28 Cal/fl oz.
Prolact +10 human milk fortifier (made from 100% donor human milk)
Prolact+10 H2MF
30 Cal/fl oz

Prolact+ H2MF®

Human Milk-Based Human Milk Fortifier

  • The first and only 100% human milk–based liquid human milk fortifier for preterm infants weighing 1250 g or less at birth
     
  • When used in a 100% human milk diet, Prolact+H2MF
    • reduced odds of developing NEC by 77% in preterm infants weighing between 500 g and 1250 g at birth, vs cow milk–based fortifier or preterm infant formula1
    • reduced median time on TPN by 9 days2
  • Concentrated nutrition to help support the developing immune system and provide essential nutrients
     
  • Retains the oligosaccharide content similar to that of fresh human milk3
     
  • Provides naturally occurring DHA and ARA (levels may vary)

Product Downloads:

   Prolact H2MF product brochure

   Instructions on How to Use Prolact +

     Nutrition Information for Proalct + HMF

     Feeding transition for Prolact +H2MF HMF

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Clinical Studies and Publications:

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Media Gallery:

Use of an Entirely Human Milk-based Diet in Very Low Birth Weight Infants is presented by Dr. Steven A. Abrams, MD. 100% Human Milk versus Bovine-based Formula: The first randomized, double blind clinical trial of nutritionally adequate diets in extremely premature infant - by speaker Dr. Cynthia Blanco, MD
Exclusive Human Milk Diet: Impact on NEC in Premature Infants, a clinical perspective presented by Jose A. Perez, M.D. The Benefits and Challenges of the Use of Human Milk in Premature Infants” by Faculty Speaker, Dr. William Rhine, MD, Professor Stanford School of Medicine.

References
1.Sullivan S, et al. J Pediatr. 2010;156:562-567. doi:10.1014/j.jpeds.2009.10.040.
2. Cristofalo EA, et al. J Pediatr. 2013;163(6):1592-1595. doi:10.1016/j.jpeds.2013.07.011.
3. Data on file, Prolacta Bioscience.

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