Welcome to Abbott Nutrition Ireland
Abbott has been in Ireland for over 70 years and currently operates from 9 sites, employing almost 3,000 people.
We focus on combining the science of nutrition with state-of-the-art technology and design, offering products that meet patients' changing nutritional needs.
Abbott Nutrition are the pioneers of nutritional solutions. Read more about our products
Abbott Nutrition are the pioneers of nutritional solutions and are committed to providing innovative products and services that advance the lives of patients nationwide.
A recognised leader in the provision of nutritional solutions, our product range includes sip feeds, tube feeds and disease specific nutritional products for infants, children and adults.
Abbott Nutrition Ireland has developed a comprehensive range of support services. Read more about our support services
Abbott Nutrition Ireland has developed a comprehensive range of support services for both healthcare professionals and patients. These include the award winning Hospital to Home service, the Essential Elements of Nutrition Care Programme for Nursing Homes and most recently, CPD-Soilsiú, an educational programme for Healthcare Professionals.
* Study formulation (Ensure Plus Advance providing 20 g protein, 1.5 g calcium HMB and 330 calories per 220 m serving) differs from Ensure Compact Protein (18 g protein, 1.5 g calcium HMB and 300 calories per 125 ml serving). † In a single-arm open label study older malnourished patients, handgrip strength, quality of life and anthropometric and biochemical parameters significantly improved from baseline after taking Ensure with high protein and HMB twice per day for 12 weeks (p < 0.05). ‡In a single arm open-label study of 148 patients aged 80 ± 8.3 years with or at risk of malnutrition who consumed Ensure Plus Advance ONS (providing 20g protein, 1.5g CaHMB, and 330 calories per 220 mL serving) twice daily for 12 weeks as compared to baseline. ¶ As shown in a randomised control trial to investigate the effects of a specialised ONS on older women (≥65 years) who underwent surgery for hip fracture vs. standard postoperative nutrition. Muscle function was measured by hand grip strength. References: 1. De Luis DA et al. Nutr Hosp 2015;32(1):202–207. 2. De Luis DA et al. European Geriatric Medicine2018;9:809–817. 3. Ekinci O et al. Nutr Clin Pract 2016;31(6):829–835. 4. Cramer JT et al. JAMDA 2016;17:1044-1055
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