Portagen

Portagen

a trademark for a nutritional supplement containing protein, carbohydrate, and fat.
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Portagen[R] (Mead Johnson) has been used frequently because 85% of the fat in Portagen is from MCT.
Formula Comparison per 100 calories Portagen Lipisorb Tolerex Kilocalories 100 100 100 Protein g 3.
sakazakii infections or colonization was use of a powdered infant formula, Portagen.
In March 2002, Mead-Johnson voluntarily recalled the Portagen batch implicated in the Tennessee case.
sakazakii infection or colonization; all case-patients received Portagen com pared with 21 of 40 noncase-patients (p<0.
To determine the source of infection, microbiologic studies were performed on samples of commercially sterile water used for formula preparation and from samples of formula taken from opened cans of Portagen from the same two batches used in the NICU during the study period.
Portagen is no longer used; other powdered formula products are reserved for specific needs and, when necessary, are prepared in a designated formula preparation room in the pharmacy.
During the hospitalization, she was given N-acetylcysteine (NAC), blood transfusions, lactulose, fresh frozen plasma, and portagen feeding.