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Nutritional values of a humanized dried milk formula in artificially-f ed infants. Physical development, protein metabolism, and renal-solute load of the healthy infants allowed ad lib. feeding


Nutritional values of a humanized dried milk formula in artificially-f ed infants. Physical development, protein metabolism, and renal-solute load of the healthy infants allowed ad lib. feeding



Acta paediat.jap. (Domestic Edn). 74(10): 883-893



A humanized milk formula similar to SMA 'S-26' was fed ad lib. to 5 healthy infants 2 wk-4 months of age; intake was 943 ml/day during the 1st month reaching a max. of 1096 ml/day at 6 wk of age. N retention ratio, urinary urea N and o-amino N, total serum protein and serum urea N values were normal. Osmotic pressure of the urine was l28.9-374.7 mosmol and urinary excretion of total solute was 19.9l, 9.9 and ll.46 mosmol/kg during the 1st, 3rd and 4th months respectively.

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