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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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Exclusive human milk diet reduces incidence of severe intraventricular hemorrhage in extremely low birth weight infants

Source:

Journal of Perinatology

Author(s):

Carome K, Rahman A, Parvez B

Safety of cow's milk-derived fortifiers used with an all-human milk base diet in very low birthweight preterm infants

Source:

Neonatology Today

Author(s):

Lucas A, Assad M, Sherman J, Boscardin J, Abrams S

Neurodevelopmental outcome of extremely low birth weight infants fed an exclusive human milk diet Is not affected by growth velocity

Source:

Breastfeeding Medicine

Author(s):

Rahman A, Kase JS, Murray YL, Parvez B

Growth, body composition, and neurodevelopmental outcomes at 2 years among preterm infants fed an exclusive human milk diet in the neonatal intensive care unit: a pilot study

Source:

Breastfeeding Medicine

Author(s):

Bergner EM, Shypailo R, Visuthranukul C, et al.

Sustaining improved nutritional support for very low birthweight infants

Source:

BMJ Open Quality

Author(s):

Kresch M, Mehra K, Jack R, Greecher C

An economic analysis of human milk supplementation for very low birth weight babies in the USA

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BMC Pediatrics

Author(s):

Hampson G, Roberts SLE, Lucas A, Parkin D

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

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American Journal of Perinatology

Author(s):

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

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