Carlos I. Oyervides, Isabel Torres, Alma R. Paredes, Gastroenterologia, Hospital del Niño "Federico Gómez", Saltillo, Mexico
Background: Diarrheal diseases are one of the most important causes of morbidity and mortality in children under 5 years of age. In the second year of life, milk continues to be essential part of a child’s diet. Providing a milk formula designed to improve its intestinal tolerability and to maintain an adequate nutritional intake, have an effect on enteral
Le Luyer B, Makhoul G, Duhamel JF
In a double-blind, randomized, controlled, multicentric study, the study compared the efficacy of a specific adapted formula (lactose-free, high-mineral, low-osmolarity formula, containing rice and pectin fortified with Saccharomyces boulardii) in the management of infants with acute diarrhea with a standard formula used to feed healthy infants from birth.
Infante Pina D, Badia Llach X, Ariño-Armengol B, Villegas Iglesias V
The aim is to assess the prevalence of mild gastrointestinal disorders in milk-fed infants in paediatric practice, and to evaluate the effectiveness and satisfaction with dietetic treatment.
Girardet J-P, Palier G
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