Nutrini Multi Fibre
Nutritional Info for HCPs
Nutritional Value per Serving
Nutrini Multi Fibre is a Food for Special Medical Purposes for use under medical supervision. Nutrini Multi Fibre is a nutritionally complete 1 kcal/ml tube feed for the dietary management of disease related malnutrition in children aged 1-6 years or 8-20 kg in body weight. It is enriched with 0.8g/100ml Multi Fibre, providing 50% soluble and 50% insoluble fibre. Nutrini Multi Fibre is suitable as a sole source of nutrition.
Not for intravenous use. Not suitable for infants under 1 year of age.
Not suitable for patients with galactosaemia, or patients requiring a fibre free diet.
If a child at the lower end of the range for age and weight is prescribed only a small volume of feed, it may be necessary to give an additional vitamin/trace element supplement to achieve requirements for micronutrients.
Directions for Use
Shake well before opening immediately prior to use at room temperature. Maximum hanging time 24 hours. Glass bottles can be attached directly to a Flocare Universal Giving Set. Clean bottle top and bottle opener with an alcohol swab before opening. Alternatively, feed can be decanted into a sterile reservoir, taking care to handle aseptically at all times.
Flexible Packs can be attached directly to a Flocare Pack giving set.
Store in a cool, dry place (5-25°C) and away from direct sunlight.
Once opened glass bottles should be stored in a refrigerator (<5°C) if not being used and any unused contents discarded after 24 hours.
Glass bottle: 12 months; Pack: 12 months.
Best before date: see top of Pack or neck of bottle.
NUTRINI MULTI FIBRE IS GLUTEN AND LACTOSE FREE.
HCPs: For more detailed product information download PDF.
Product recommendations are as a guide only and a health care professional can recommend the most appropriate product after full consideration of all medical and nutritional factors. If you have queries about the suitability of a nutritional product please contact the Dietetic Resource Centre or your local dietitian.