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F-75 milk - initial phase of SAM treatment (or stabilization phase), according to the WHO protocol

400 g tin (enriched powdered milk to be reconstituted)

For any case of SAM with medical complication and/or without appetite

130 ml of reconstituted milk / kg / day

80-100 kcal / kg / day divided into 8 to 12 meals / day for 3 to 7 days

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For any case of severate acute malnutrition with medical complication and/or without appetite

When a child suffering from severe acute malnutrition arrives at the hospital, he/she often shows infections, hepatic and intestinal insufficiency, or electrolyte imbalances (excess or insufficiency of elements such as sodium, potassium, calcium or even magnesium). A child with such complications is unable to tolerate usual levels of proteins, fats and sodium. Therefore, it is important to begin nutritional treatment by giving foods with low levels of proteins, fats and sodium, but rich in carbohydrates.

For any case of severate acute malnutrition with medical complication and/or without appetite

When a child suffering from severe acute malnutrition arrives at the hospital, he/she often shows infections, hepatic and intestinal insufficiency, or electrolyte imbalances (excess or insufficiency of elements such as sodium, potassium, calcium or even magnesium). A child with such complications is unable to tolerate usual levels of proteins, fats and sodium. Therefore, it is important to begin nutritional treatment by giving foods with low levels of proteins, fats and sodium, but rich in carbohydrates.

For any case of severate acute malnutrition with medical complication and/or without appetite

When a child suffering from severe acute malnutrition arrives at the hospital, he/she often shows infections, hepatic and intestinal insufficiency, or electrolyte imbalances (excess or insufficiency of elements such as sodium, potassium, calcium or even magnesium). A child with such complications is unable to tolerate usual levels of proteins, fats and sodium. Therefore, it is important to begin nutritional treatment by giving foods with low levels of proteins, fats and sodium, but rich in carbohydrates.

For any case of severate acute malnutrition with medical complication and/or without appetite

When a child suffering from severe acute malnutrition arrives at the hospital, he/she often shows infections, hepatic and intestinal insufficiency, or electrolyte imbalances (excess or insufficiency of elements such as sodium, potassium, calcium or even magnesium). A child with such complications is unable to tolerate usual levels of proteins, fats and sodium. Therefore, it is important to begin nutritional treatment by giving foods with low levels of proteins, fats and sodium, but rich in carbohydrates.

For any case of severate acute malnutrition with medical complication and/or without appetite

When a child suffering from severe acute malnutrition arrives at the hospital, he/she often shows infections, hepatic and intestinal insufficiency, or electrolyte imbalances (excess or insufficiency of elements such as sodium, potassium, calcium or even magnesium). A child with such complications is unable to tolerate usual levels of proteins, fats and sodium. Therefore, it is important to begin nutritional treatment by giving foods with low levels of proteins, fats and sodium, but rich in carbohydrates.

For any case of severate acute malnutrition with medical complication and/or without appetite

When a child suffering from severe acute malnutrition arrives at the hospital, he/she often shows infections, hepatic and intestinal insufficiency, or electrolyte imbalances (excess or insufficiency of elements such as sodium, potassium, calcium or even magnesium). A child with such complications is unable to tolerate usual levels of proteins, fats and sodium. Therefore, it is important to begin nutritional treatment by giving foods with low levels of proteins, fats and sodium, but rich in carbohydrates.

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