Similac Alimentum is a powdered, nutritionally complete, hypoallergenic extensively hydrolysed infant formula with 2’-fucosyllactose for special medical purposes
Similac Alimentum should be used only on the advice of a healthcare professional.
Suitable from birth onwards for infants with:
- Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy
- Other conditions where an extensively hydrolysed formula is indicated
400g tin with a scoop and resealable lid
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Clinically Lactose and Gluten free
RENAL SOLUTE LOAD
- Breast milk is best for infants and is recommended for as long as possible during infancy
- Infant formulas for special medical purposes should be used only on the advice of a healthcare professional
- For enteral use only
*Standard dilution is one level scoop (enclosed in tin) of powder for each 30ml (1 fl oz) of water or 128.8g of powder brought up to one litre of water.
Remember to always consult your Doctor, Dietitian or Healthcare Professional before using Similac Alimentum
* GMS: General Medical Services, DPS: Drugs Payment Scheme.
Please read this important notice before you proceed:
When it comes to feeding infants, breast milk is best and provides many benefits. Breastfeeding is recommended for as long as possible. A decision not to breastfeed can be difficult to reverse, and combined breast and bottle feeding may reduce the supply of breastmilk.
If a mother is thinking about bottle feeding, they should seek advice from a healthcare professional, and consider the social and financial implications of using an infant formula. If a mother chooses to use an infant formula, always advise to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for use very carefully, as failure to do so could make an infant ill.
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