NEW Nutrison Protein Intense: Meeting nutritional needs in critically ill patients just became EASIER
Nutricia are delighted to announce the launch of Nutrison Protein Intense, a unique addition to our high protein range.
Nutrison Protein Intense is designed to meet the nutritional requirements of critically ill patients without overfeeding.
It is the FIRST and ONLY whole protein tube feed high in protein (10g/100ml) that fully meets Critical Care Guidelines1-5.
|Whole Protein||Unique P4 Protein Blend||Evidence Based|
|Meets guidelines for critically ill patients with high protein requirements¹⁻⁴||Meets recommendations on protein quality⁶, amino acid requirements⁷ and has proven supportive tolerance benefits⁸⁻¹³||Proven to meet protein target in ICU without overfeeding¹⁴|
|Case size||Pack type||Order code||Pip code|
|12 x 500ml||OpTri bottle||646038||410-7553|
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