THE ONLY NONACIDIFIED LIQUID HUMAN MILK
FORTIFIER BACKED BY 5 CLINICAL STUDIES

PROVEN OUTCOMES BACKED BY 5 CLINICAL STUDIES

STUDIES CONDUCTED

TOLERANCE OUTCOMES 1,3
WEIGHT GAIN1–4,†
BUN LEVELS3,4
ADVERSE EVENTS/ACIDOSIS1,3,5

SIMILAC® HMF HP CL

IS THE ONLY LIQUID HMF WITH EXTENSIVELY
HYDROLYZED PROTEIN AND PUBLISHED CLINICAL STUDIES DEMONSTRATING EXCELLENT TOLERANCE AND IMPROVED WEIGHT GAIN.

Flexible, Customizable Solutions

SIMILAC® LIQUI-MIX® SYSTEM

customizes feedings by combining Similac® Special Care® formulas at various ratios to achieve caloric densities between 20 to 30 Cal/fl oz, providing a range of nutrient and protein levels.

LIQUID PROTEIN FORTIFIER

is the first and only commercially sterile, extensively hydrolyzed liquid protein fortifier for preterm infants who may require additional protein. It can be used to customize feedings, so preterm infants can receive the optimal protein level to meet their specific needs.

WEBNOVA

is a validated, time-saving, web-based program that allows customers to calculate and store customized feedings for preterm babies.

DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY WITH SAFETY IN MIND

Similac HMF HP CL is packaged in single, ready-to-use packets for precise dosing and nutrient delivery. These packets allow for aseptic handling when used as directed.

A HEAD-TO-HEAD COMPARISON OF
LIQUID HUMAN MILK FORTIFIERS

 
DESIGNED BY THE

MAKERS OF SIMILAC®

#1 BRAND§

FED IN THE NICU
THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE

PORTFOLIO

OF PRETERM NUTRITION PRODUCTS

OVER 50 YRS

OF ABBOTT RESEARCH
IN PRETERM INFANT NUTRITION

* Data on file. Abbott Nutrition. 2021.
† In the Schanler study, weight gain was improved SDAY1-SDAY15.
‡ Contains 24 mg DHA/100 kcal as fed when 1 packet is mixed with 25 mL human milk.
§ Abbott Infant Formula Survey Data on File, December 2020.

Enfamil is not a registered trademark of Abbott.

References: 1. Kumar N, et al. Am J Perinatol. 2017;34:1411-1416. 2. Clark B, et al. J Acad Nutr Diet. 2017;117(9 suppl 1):A11. 3. Schanler RJ, et al. J Pediatr. 2018;202:31-37. 4. Kim J, et al. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2015;61(6):665-671. 5. Lainwala S, et al. J Neonatal Perinatal Med. 2017;10(4):393-401.

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