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Growth outcomes of small for gestational age preterm infants before and after implementation of an exclusive human milk-based diet

Source: Journal of Perinatology

Preterm infants fed cow's milk-derived fortifier had adverse outcomes despite a base diet of only mother's own milk

Source: Breastfeeding Medicine

Continuous feedings of fortified human milk lead to nutrient losses of fat, calcium and phosphorous

Source: Nutrients

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An exclusively human milk diet reduces necrotizing enterocolitis

Source:

Breastfeed Med

Author(s):

Herrmann K, Carroll K

Decreasing necrotizing enterocolitis and gastrointestinal bleeding in the neonatal intensive care unit: the role of donor human milk and exclusive human milk diets in infants ≤ 1500 g birth weight

Source:

ICAN

Author(s):

Huston RK, Markell AM, McCulley EA, et al.

Human milk feeding supports adequate growth in infants ≤ 1250 grams birth weight

Source:

BMC Research Notes

Author(s):

Hair AB, Hawthorne KM, Chetta KE, Abrams SA

Randomized trial of exclusive human milk versus preterm formula diets in extremely premature infants

Source:

The Journal of Pediatrics

Author(s):

Cristofalo EA, Schanler RJ, Blanco CL, et al.

Impact of early human milk on sepsis and health-care costs in very low birth weight infants

Source:

Journal of Perinatology

Author(s):

Patel AL, Johnson TJ, Engstrom JL, et al.

Human milk for the premature infant

Source:

Pediatric Clinics of North America

Author(s):

Underwood MA

Section on breastfeeding. Breastfeeding and the use of human milk

Source:

Pediatrics

Author(s):

American Academy of Pediatrics

An exclusive human milk-based diet in extremely premature infants reduces the probability of remaining on total parenteral nutrition: a reanalysis of the data

Source:

BMC Research Notes

Author(s):

Ghandehari H, Lee ML, Rechtman DJ, H2MF Study Group

Breastfeeding section: Breastfeeding and the use of human milk.

Source:

Pediatrics.

Author(s):

American Academy of Pediatrics.

Costs of necrotizing enterocolitis and cost-effectiveness of exclusively human milk-based products in feeding extremely premature infants

Source:

Breastfeeding Medicine

Author(s):

Ganapathy V, Hay JW, Kim JH

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