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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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Nutrient enrichment of human milk with human and bovine milk-based fortifiers for infants born weighing <1250 g: a randomized clinical trial

Source:

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Author(s):

O'Connor DL, Kiss A, Tomlinson C, et al.

Application of industrial treatments to donor human milk: influence of pasteurization treatments, storage temperature, and time on human milk gangliosides

Source:

NPJ Science of Food

Author(s):

Salcedo J, Karav S, Le Parc A, et al.

Improving growth for infants ≤1250 grams receiving an exclusive human milk diet

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Nutrition in Clinical Practice

Author(s):

Huston RK, Markell AM, McCulley EA, Gardiner SK, Sweeney SL

Composition and variation of macronutrients, immune proteins, and human milk oligosaccharides in human milk from nonprofit and commercial milk banks

Source:

Journal of Human Lactation

Author(s):

Meredith-Dennis L, Xu G, Goonatilleke E, Lebrilla CB, Underwood MA, Smilowitz JT

Human-based human milk fortifier as rescue therapy in very low birth weight infants demonstrating intolerance to bovine-based human milk fortifier

Source:

Breastfeeding Medicine

Author(s):

Sandhu A, Fast S, Bonnar K, Baier RJ, Narvey M

Human milk is the feeding strategy to prevent necrotizing enterocolitis

Source:

Seminars in Perinatology

Author(s):

Maffei D, Schanler RJ

Donor human milk for the high-risk infant: preparation, safety, and usage options in the United States

Source:

Pediatrics

Author(s):

Committee on Nutrition; Section on Breastfeeding; Committee on Fetus and Newborn

Growth and development in extremely low birth weight infants after the introduction of exclusive human milk feedings

Source:

American Journal of Perinatology

Author(s):

Colacci M, Murthy K, DeRegnier RO, Khan JY, Robinson DT

Premature infants 750–1,250 g birth weight supplemented with a novel human milk-derived cream are discharged sooner

Source:

Breastfeeding Medicine

Author(s):

Hair AB, Bergner EM, Lee ML, et al.

Beyond necrotizing enterocolitis prevention: improving outcomes with an exclusive human milk-based diet

Source:

Breastfeeding Medicine

Author(s):

Hair AB, Peluso AM, Hawthorne KM, et al.

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