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Effect of Increased Enteral Protein on Body Composition of Preterm Infants

2018-07-19 11:44:10 | BioPortfolio

Summary

The study hypothesis is that, in human milk-fed extremely preterm infants, higher protein intake compared to usual protein intake reduces percent body fat (%BF) at 3 months of age.

Description

Qualifying participants will be randomly assigned to receive either standard protein supplementation (control group) or high protein supplementation (intervention group).

Intervention group: A fixed amount of commercially available hydrolyzed bovine protein will be added to fortified human milk after establishment of full enteral feeding.

Control group: Hydrolyzed bovine protein will not be added to fortified human milk after establishment of full enteral feeding.

If parent agrees, stool "dirty" diapers will be collected 2 times (at the time of hospital discharge and at 3 months of corrected age).

Study Design

Conditions

Premature Infant

Intervention

High protein supplementation, Standard protein supplementation

Status

Not yet recruiting

Source

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Results (where available)

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