GI/Allergy

 

Webinars (CE Eligible)

Nutricia North America is pleased to provide a variety of clinically-oriented educational lectures. These Nutricia sponsored presentations are intended for healthcare professionals.
In this section, you will find the name and description of all the recorded lectures available. Each of the following presentations is approximately 60 minutes long and is available for viewing at no cost. In addition, viewers can receive a certificate of attendance and most lectures are eligible for continuing education credit for dietitians and nurses. In order for the recorded lecture to be considered for continuing education for dietitians by the Commission on Dietetic Registration, the recording must be viewed within 3 years of the date of the live presentation.

  • Food Allergy University: Managing Food Allergies in 2020 and Beyond

    Hear how six experts have adapted to managing patients with food allergies during the pandemic in this practice-focused Food Allergy University course.


    *Nurses may claim CE credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CE credit for this webinar from 10/23/2020 to 10/23/2023. To obtain your certificate of attendance, please complete this survey.

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  • The What and How of Getting Formula Coverage for Your Patients with Food Allergy

    Please join the Nutricia team for a free webinar to learn more about Nutricia Navigator, a free assistance program for you patients. Coverage and reimbursement of medical foods can be challenging, and the eligibility and requirements for coverage are ever changing. Learn how Nutricia Navigator, our expert and comprehensive assistance program, can help your patients navigate formula coverage as well as the reimbursement and access landscape.
    Learning Objectives:

    • Recognize the breadth and scope of Nutricia Navigator
    • Discover how to access the program and refer your patients
    • Identify the best Nutricia Navigator representative for you in case of program questions
    *This webinar is not CE eligible.

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  • FPIES (Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome) in the Time of COVID-19

    Join speaker Raquel Durban, MS, RDN, Asthma & Allergy Specialists, PA; Food Allergy Institute of Charlotte; Adjunct Professor, Winthrop University, for a presentation on the management of food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES) during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Examine changes in the protocol of FPIES management
    • Illustrate skills needed to adapt and address the new normal
    • Identify and plan for patient and provider obstacles

    To receive the Certificate of Attendance for this webinar, complete the survey link included on the last slide of the presentation. This webinar has not been submitted for prior CE approval due to the length of the presentation. Running length: 35 minutes.

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  • Management of Food Allergies and Related Allergic Conditions During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

    Join speaker Sharon Chinthrajah, MD, for a presentation on the management of food allergies & related allergic conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Dr. Chinthrajah is Director of the Clinical Translational Research Unit, Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy and Asthma Research and Clinical Associate Professor, Medicine and Pediatrics, Immunology and Allergy, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Stanford University.
    Learning Objectives:

    • Provide an update on COVID-19 pandemic
    • Explore considerations for opening your practice
    • Describe an approach to triage
    • Understand risks and challenges for food allergy management
    • Discuss and implement best practices for telemedicine visits

    To receive the Certificate of Attendance for this webinar, complete the survey link included on the last slide of the presentation. This webinar has not been submitted for prior CE approval due to the length of the presentation. Running length: 35 minutes.

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  • The Importance of Achieving Healthy Growth in Infants and Children: The Role of Amino Acid-Based Formulas

    Join speaker Dr. Timothy Sentongo, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University of Chicago, to discuss the importance of achieving healthy growth in infants and children with cow milk allergy and the role of amino acid-based formulas. 

    • Define adequate and faltering growth in the infant and child population. 
    • Discuss the impact cow milk allergy can have on growth.
    • Describe the role of amino acid-based formulas in the management and growth of infants and children with cow milk allergy.
    • Summarize the clinical evidence behind the use of amino acid-based formulas in achieving normal and catch-up growth.
    • Explain the clinical evidence for the components of amino acid-based formulas.

    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 7/16/2019 to 7/16/2022. To receive the Certificate of Attendance from this webinar, complete the survey link included on the last slide of the handout. Make note of the webinar code prior to submitting the survey. Then enter the code within the CE credit request section to receive your Certificate of Attendance.

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  • When to Use Amino Acid-Based Formula to Manage Cow Milk Allergy

    Join speakers Dr. Rosan Meyer, Pediatric Allergy Dietitian and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London, and Dr. Carina Venter, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Section of Allergy and Immunology at Children’s Hospital Colorado, to discuss the use of amino acid-based formulas to manage cow milk allergy.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Discuss factors that can influence choice of hypoallergenic formula
    • Explain what guidelines advise on choice of hypoallergenic formula
    • Name at least four practical indicators to use amino acid-based formula first line to manage cow milk allergy


    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 4/30/2019 to 4/30/2022. To receive the Certificate of Attendance from this webinar, complete the survey link included on the last slide of the presentation. Make note of the webinar code prior to submitting the survey. Then enter the code within the CE credit request section to receive your Certificate of Attendance.

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  • Probiotics, Prebiotics and the Role of the Infant Intestinal Microbiota in Health and Allergic Disease

    Please join Kelly A. Tappenden, PhD, RD, FASPEN for an educational presentation on probiotics, prebiotics and the role of the infant intestinal microbiota in health and allergic disease. Dr. Tappenden is Head of the Department of Kinesiology and Nutrition at the University of lllinois at Chicago and the Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.
    Presentation objectives:

    • Discuss development of the intestinal microbiota in early life.
    • Explain dysbiosis in the early life intestinal microbiota and allergic diseases.
    • Understand the role of specific probiotics and prebiotics in pediatric nutrition.
    • Explore emerging evidence in the management of cow milk allergy.

    *Nurses may claim CE credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CE credit for this webinar from 7/13/2018 to 7/13/2021. To obtain the code for your certificate of attendance, please fill out this brief survey.; Make note of the webinar code prior to submitting the survey. Then enter the code within the CE credit request section to receive your certificate.

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  • The Role of Nutrition in Optimum Gastrointestinal Health

    Please join Kelly A. Tappenden, PhD, RD, FASPEN for an educational presentation on the Role of Nutrition in Optimum Gastrointestinal Health. Her talk covers advances in the knowledge of the infant intestinal microbiome in health and disease. This was part of a Satellite Symposium, Emerging Evidence: The Role of the Intestinal Microbiome in the Management of Pediatric Allergy, held at WCPGHAN on October 7th, 2016. Dr Tappenden is the Kraft Foods Human Nutrition Endowed Professor, Distinguished Teacher-Scholar at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.
    Presentation objectives:

    • Discuss the development of the human gastrointestinal tract
    • Explain the optimal nutrition provided by human milk
    • Define pre- and probiotics
    • Understand the impact of pre- and probiotics on intestinal health

    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 10/7/2016 to 10/7/2019.

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  • The Role of Gut Microbiota in Allergic Disease

    A growing body of evidence highlights the importance of the gut microbiota in early life. Research shows that infants with cow milk allergy may have a gut dysbiosis. Please join speaker, Christina West, MD, PhD for a 1-hour educational webinar to explore the role of specific pre- and probiotics in addressing this gut dysbiosis.

    Learning Objectives:

    • To explore the role of the infant gut microbiota in health and allergic disease
    • To explain dysbiosis in the allergic infant & the clinical relevance of it
    • To discuss the role of specific pre- and probiotics in addressing dysbiosis
    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 11/22/2016 to 11/22/2019.

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  • Synbiotics & Their Effect on Gut Microbiota Diversity

    The gut microbiota is an area of growing interest and clinical research. The gut microbiota is receiving increasing attention related to its relationship with immune disorders, including allergic conditions. Please join Louise Michaelis, BSc (Hons), MB ChB (Edin), MSc, MRCPCH Consultant and Associate lecturer in Paediatric Immunology and Allergy, The Great North Children’s Hospital, Newcastle, UK as she discusses the gut microbiota and its role in allergic disease.
    Presentation Objectives:

    • Demonstrate that children may present with multi-system allergic disease
    • Show altered mechanisms of development of sensitization and tolerance
    • Discuss clinical research investigating synbiotics in allergic conditions
    • Share a case study demonstrating co-occurrence of gastrointestinal and allergic symptoms

  • Breast Feeding & Beyond: Best Practices for Feeding an Infant with Cow Milk Allergy

    Cow milk allergy is one of the most confirmed food protein allergies in early childhood. Dietary management is vital in managing this condition. Please join Keli Hawthorne, MS, RD, LD, for a free CPE-approved webinar to discuss the role of breast milk, maternal diet and specialized pediatric formulas. in the management of cow milk allergy.

    Webinar Learning Objectives:

    • Understand the role of human milk in infants with cow milk allergy
    • Discuss role of maternal diet when managing cow milk allergy
    • Distinguish differences in composition and categorization of specialized pediatric formulas
    • Understand the proper use of specialized pediatric formulas based on currently available evidence

    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 8/30/2016 to 8/30/2019.

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  • Managing Milk Allergy in a Pediatric Population

    Please join speakers, Dr J. Andrew Bird, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Allergy and Immunology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Director, Food Allergy Center at Children’s Medical Center and April Clark, RD, CSP, LD, Clinical Dietitian, Food Allergy Center at Children’s Medical Center, Dallas, Texas.

    • Recognize the varying disease processes that fall under the diagnosis of cow milk allergy
    • Appreciate nutritional risks associated with cow milk allergy
    • Understand the role of nutrition management in the care of a child with cow milk allergy

    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 4/28/2014 to 4/28/2017.

  • Advances in the Clinical Management of Infants and Children with Gastrointestinal Allergy

    Please join speakers Dr Kate Grimshaw, PhD, RD, Research Fellow/Dietitian, Southhampton University and Dr Matthew Greenhawt, MD, MBA, MSc, FAAP, Assistant Professor, Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, University of Michigan Food Allergy Center and Medical School.

    • Describe symptoms, prevalence and the most causative foods associated with gastrointestinal food allergy
    • Explore nutrition management strategies
    • Understand different aspects of an elimination diet including avoidance of causative foods, symptom management and nutritional adequacy
    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 7/9/2013 to 7/9/2016.

  • Gastrointestinal Manifestations of Food Allergy in Infants & Children

    Please join Dr. Jonathan Spergel, MD, PhD, Chief, Allergy Section Co-Director, Center for Pediatric Eosinophilic Disorders, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for a free presentation on Gastrointestinal Manifestations of Food Allergy in Infants & Children. (Length of video: 74 minutes.) This Interactive Video Conference was held at multiple locations in California and New Jersey.

    • Identify various types of GI food allergy including Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis, Food Induced Proctitis, Oral Allergy Syndrome, Eosinophilic Esophagitis and GI Anaphylaxis
    • Explore current treatment options for GI food allergy
    • Evaluate when to refer for GI food allergy consultation
    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 2/4/2013 to 2/4/2016.

  • Evidence Based Nutritional Management of Cow Milk Allergy

    Please join speaker Dr. Matthew Greenhawt, Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan in Health Systems and Food Allergy Center in the Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Ann Arbor, Michigan for a free one hour presentation on Evidence Based Nutritional Management on Cow Milk Allergy.

    • Prevalence and history of CMA
    • Conditions and symptoms associated with CMA
    • Diagnosing and Management of CMA
    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 11/17/2011 to 11/17/2014.

  • Advocating for Diet as First-Line Management in Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE)

    Please join speakers, Bethany Doerfler, MS, RDN, Clinical Research Dietitian, Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Adjunct Faculty, Marciella School of Nursing, Loyola University, and Sally Schwartz, RD, LDN, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, for a webinar on the topic of utilizing diet as a first-line management approach in patients with EoE.
    Webinar Objectives:

    • Implement effective nutritional and anthropometric assessments across the lifespan in patients with EoE
    • Interpret updated guidelines for management of eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases (EGIDs) and the role of amino acid-based formulas in managing allergic bowel disorders in both pediatrics and adults
    • Identify strategies to promote successful initiation, adherence and maintenance in nutritional management among patients with EoE

    *Nurses may claim CE credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CE credit for this webinar from 6/18/20 to 6/18/23.

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  • Multidisciplinary Approach to Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) Management in Children and Adults

    Please join Dr. Jonathan E. Markowitz, Pediatric Gastroenterology, Prisma Health Children’s Hospital–Upstate and Professor/Vice Chair for Academic Affairs, Department of Pediatrics, University of South Carolina School of Medicine–Greenville, for a webinar on the topic of managing children and adults with EoE using a multidisciplinary approach.
    Webinar Objectives:

    • Explain the symptoms of EoE and how this may change with age
    • Summarize the management options for EoE
    • Apply a multidisciplinary approach to EoE management to optimize care

    *Nurses may claim CE credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CE credit for this webinar from 5/20/20 to 5/20/23.

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  • Practical Nutritional Management of Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE)

    Join Mirna Chehade, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, for a webinar on the practical nutritional management of eosinophilic esophagitis.
    Learning Objectives:

    • Define EoE, identify the symptoms in children and adults, and discuss diagnostic findings
    • Describe the types and efficacies of different diet therapies including their challenges and benefits
    • Learn how to initiate and maintain dietary therapies including food introductions and the step-up vs step-down approach
    • Describe how healthcare professionals can implement and optimize adherence to dietary therapies

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    *Nurses may claim CE credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CE credit for this webinar from 9/5/2019 to 9/5/2022.

  • Build Your Toolbox: Implementing New Guidance from the AAAAI Workgroup Report on the Nutritional Management of Eosinophilic Esophagitis

    Please join speakers, Marion Groetch, MS, RDN Director of Nutrition Services, Jaffe Food Allergy Institute Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Raquel Durban, MS, RD, CSP, LD/N Food Allergy Institute of Charlotte Asthma & Allergy Specialists North Carolina for an informational webinar.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Explore new guidance on the dietary and nutrition management of eosinophilic esophagitis with two of the authors of the recent American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Diseases Committee, Workgroup Report.
    • Define eosinophilic esophagitis and the clinical presentations that may impact nutritional status.
    • Address potential obstacles, challenges and nutritional risks of an elimination diet for the management of eosinophilic esophagitis.
    • Describe how physicians, dietitians and other allied health professionals can utilize the tools in the work group report to plan and implement an elimination diet.

  • *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 12/6/2017 to 12/6/2020.

  • Management Strategies for the Newly Diagnosed Patient with Eosinophilic Esophagitis: Diet, Medications, or Both?

    Please join Dr. Jonathan Markowitz, Clinical Professor at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine in Greenville, SC for a free, 1-hour educational webinar on "Management Strategies for the Newly Diagnosed Patient with Eosinophilic Esophagitis: Diet, Medications, or Both?" Dr. Markowitz is a pediatric gastroenterologist who practices in the Department of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition at Children's Hospital, Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center and specializes in caring for children and teens diagnosed with EoE. He will be sharing his expertise and experiences regarding the development of EoE management plans in newly diagnosed patients.

    Webinar Objectives:

    • Understand the importance of using the current diagnostic criteria for eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE).
    • Acquire practical tips on how to inform patients/caregivers about 3 fundamental management options: dietary elimination, pharmaceuticals or combination of diet and pharmaceuticals.
    • Recognize the role of amino acid-based formula these patients.
    • Explore the development of an EoE management plan.

    * Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 2/23/2017 to 2/23/2020.

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  • Efficacy of Amino Acid-Based Diet on Histologic Remission & Restoring Esophageal Mucosal Integrity in Adult EoE Patients

    Join Marijn Warners, MD, PhD-fellow, for a free educational webinar to discuss her new research on the effectiveness of an elemental diet in the management of adult patients with EoE.  Dietary treatment with elimination of disease triggering allergens is an effective treatment option since it could provide a long-term and drug-free solution. Elemental amino acid-based diets are highly effective in children, and this new research supports its use in successfully managing adult patients with EoE. 

    Webinar Objectives:

    • Evaluate the effect of an amino acid-based formula diet on eosinophilic inflammation, endoscopic signs and symptoms of adult EoE patients
    • Describe the contribution of abnormal esophageal barrier function in the pathophysiology of EoE
    • Explain the role of an amino acid-based formula diet in restoring esophageal mucosal integrity and induces histologic remission in adult EoE patients
    • Explore the role of an impaired small intestinal mucosal integrity in the pathophysiology of EoE

    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 6/23/2016 to 6/23/2019.



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  • Nuts and Bolts of Dietary Management of Eosinophilic Esophagitis from Pediatrics to Adults

    Dietary management of EoE has been shown to be an effective option for children and is gaining great acceptance for adults. Join Alexia Beauregard, MD, RD, CSP, LD for a free webinar. 
    Objectives:

    • To gain a general understanding of EoE
    • To learn about the different types of elimination diets
    • To become familiar with feeding issues that may develop as a result of EoE 
    • To be able to provide patients and families with survival skills to help them be successful with their elimination diet

    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 12/9/2015 to 12/9/2018.

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  • Transitioning Care from Teens into Adulthood: The Role of Nutrition Management in Eosinophilic Esophagitis

    Join Dr. Nirmala Gonsalves and Bethany Doerfler for a Nutricia Learning Center educational webinar focused on transitioning teens with EoE from pediatric to adult care.
    At the conclusion of the webinar, participants should be able to: 

    • Describe the clinical features of EoE across the age spectrum and discuss the evidence for dietary management approaches
    • Understand unique nutritional and QoL concerns of teens & adults and logistics for dietary management implementation
    • Explore transition of care in EoE from teens to adulthood 

    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 5/29/2015 to 5/29/2018.

  • Dietary Management of Eosinophilic Esophagitis: When, Which Approach, and Why?

    Please join speakers Dr. Amir Kagalwalla, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine; Attending Gastroenterologist, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and Sally Schwartz, RD, CSP, LDN, Senior Clinical Nutritionist, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago for a free one hour presentation on the dietary management of eosinophilic esophagitis. 

    • Define and describe the prevalence and clinical spectrum of eosinophilic esophagitis 
    • Describe the different dietary approaches to managing eosinophilic esophagitis 
    • Understand the principles underlying elimination diets and the importance of avoiding cross-contamination 

    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 6/17/2014 to 6/17/2017.

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  • Feeding Difficulties in Children with Eosinophilic Esophagitis: Identification and Treatment

    Please join Angela Haas, MA, CCC-SLP, a Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Specialist at a Children’s Hospital in Aurora, Colorado for a free one hour online presentation on Feeding Difficulties in Children with Eosinophilic Esophagitis: Identification and Treatment.

    This webinar will cover:

    • Identify specific characteristics of feeding issues in the young child and older child with EoE
    • Understand that medical treatment alone may not remediate symptoms of feeding dysfunction in children with EoE
    • Recognize criteria for referral to a feeding specialist
    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 11/18/2010 to 11/18/2013.

  • Balancing the Practical and Clinical Management of Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES)

    Please join speakers, Dr. Jenna Timboe, MD, FAAP, Pediatrician and Fallon Schultz, MSW, LCSW, CAM Founder & Chair, International FPIES Association to discuss the practical and clinical management of FPIES.
    Presentation objectives: Utilize case-based learning to:

    • Identify signs and symptoms of FPIES
    • Recognize the social impact of FPIES
    • Understand the International Consensus Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of FPIES
    • Learn how to manage FPIES

    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 11/8/2018 to 11/8/2021. To receive the Certificate of Attendance from this webinar, complete the survey link included on the last slide of the presentation. Make note of the webinar code prior to submitting the survey. Then enter the code within the CE credit request section to receive your Certificate of Attendance.

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  • Recognizing Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES) and the Important Role of Dietary Management

    There is a general lack of awareness about FPIES, which has led to this condition being frequently misdiagnosed. Learn how to identify and successfully manage the pediatric patient with FPIES by joining this collaborative educational webinar presented by two experts, Matthew Greenhawt, MD, MBA, MSc, FAAP (Allergist) and Marion Groetch MS RDN (Registered Dietitian). This is an ideal educational opportunity for those looking to enhance their knowledge and skills on FPIES management. At the conclusion of the webinar, participants should be able to: 

    • Understand approaches to the diagnosis and medical management of the pediatric patient with FPIES
    • Recognize the symptoms of FPIES and describe the most common food triggers
    • Discuss the role of dietary management of the pediatric patient with FPIES

    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 8/11/2015 to 8/11/2018.

  • Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome

    Please join Dr. Anna Nowak-Wegrzyn, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Mount Sinai School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics, Division of Allergy & Immunology in New York, NY for a free one hour presentation on Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome.

    This webinar will cover:

    • Recognize manifestations of chronic and acute FPIES and identify the most common food triggers
    • Describe diagnostic approaches and management of FPIES
    • Recognize the natural history of FPIES
    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 3/28/2012 to 3/28/2015.

  • Short Bowel Syndrome: An Update on Nutrition Intervention

    Please join Dr. Valeria C. Cohran, MD, Medical Director Intestinal Rehabilitation and Transplantation, Attending Physician, Gastroenterology, Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL for an educational webinar focused on dietary management of short bowel syndrome. 

    • Describe the nutritional deficiencies a pediatric patient with Short Bowel Syndrome (SBS) faces 
    • Understand the role enteral nutrition plays in the intestinal rehabilitation process 
    • Discuss the ways diet modifications can reduce the complications of long-term TPN

    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 9/24/2014 to 9/24/2017.

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  • Nutritional Management of the Patient with Short Bowel Syndrome

    Please join Dr. Valeria C Cohran, Medical Director, Intestinal Rehabilitation and Transplantation and Attending Physician, Gastroenterology, Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago; Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL for a free one hour presentation on Nutritional Management of the Patient with Short Bowel Syndrome.

    • Review the nutritional management of patients with short bowel syndrome.
    • Learn about the possible nutritional deficiencies of an infant with short bowel syndrome.
    • Review the role enteral nutrition plays in the intestinal adaptation.
    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 11/29/2013 to 11/29/2016.

  • Compromised Gut Health in the Neonate and the Role of Nutrition Management

    Please join Dr. Jae Kim, Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of California, San Diego with dual appointments in the Divisions of Neonatology and Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition for a free one hour presentation Compromised Gut Health in the Neonate and the Role of Nutrition Management.

    • Identify GI conditions that typically lead to compromised gut health in the neonate such as necrotizing enterocolitis and short bowel syndrome
    • Recognize key indicators of feeding success or intolerance, including manifestations of food allergies
    • Incorporate various nutritional strategies to help manage compromised gut health in the newborn
    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 6/27/2013 to 6/27/2016.

  • Nutritional Care for the Failing Pediatric Gut

    Please join speakers Kelly Tappenden, PhD, RD, Professor of Nutrition and Gastrointestinal Physiology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Angela M. Haas, MA, CCC-SLP, Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Specialist at The Children's Hospital of Denver for a free one hour presentation on Nutritional Care for the Failing Gut.

    • Stimulating intestinal function with prebiotics
    • Supporting oral feeding in malabsorptive patients
    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 4/21/2011 to 4/21/2014.

  • Introducing New Neocate® Splash, the First and Only Range of Nutritionally Complete Ready-to-Feed Amino Acid-Based Formulas

    Please join speakers Carol Henderson, PhD, RD and Alison Cassin, MS, RD, CSP, LD for an informative webinar introducing the new, nutritionally complete Neocate Splash range.


    Webinar Objectives:

    • Discover the nutrient composition of Neocate Splash and compare it to Neocate® E028 Splash and Neocate® Junior
    • Explore the practical use of Neocate Splash and become familiar with the tools available to support patients on the product
    • Discuss the main clinical outcomes of recent publications with Neocate Splash in EoE
  • Introducing the First Hypoallergenic Formula with Pre- and Probiotics

    Join speakers from Nutricia’s Medical and Scientific Affairs, Jane Langford, PhD and Rob McCandlish, RDN for an informative webinar on the next generation of amino acid-based formulas, Neocate® Syneo™ Infant. Attend this educational webinar to learn about the first and only hypoallergenic formula with prebiotics and probiotics: Neocate Syneo Infant. In this webinar, you will also review the extensive clinical trials platform behind this exciting innovation, as well as practical information and available tools for this new formula.

    Webinar Objectives:

    • To review medical and scientific rationale for the addition of prebiotics and probiotics to hypoallergenic infant formula
    • To share the main results of the 3 clinical trials behind Neocate Syneo Infant
    • To discuss the unique blend of prebiotics and probiotics in Neocate Syneo Infant
    • To review the practical use of Neocate Syneo Infant and tools available to support patients on the product

  • Navigating Private Insurance Reimbursement for Amino Acid-Based Formulas in Minnesota

    Please join presenter Pamela Samuels, Reimbursement Manager at Nutricia North America, who has over 10 years experience in healthcare billing and reimbursement.

    This webinar will cover:

    • History of the current insurance agreement in place in the state of Minnesota
    • Pertinent ICD-9 codes relevant to the conditions outlined in the agreement
    • Supporting the diagnoses with your medical documentation

    *This webinar is not CE eligible.

  • Chylothorax and other Lymphatic Flow Disorders: Etiology and Management in Pediatrics

    Join us for a 1 hour educational webinar with Melanie Savoca, MS, RD, CNSC, LDN discussing the origin and management of chylothorax and other lymphatic flow disorders where specialized medical nutrition therapies are required.

    Melanie Savoca has been a dietitian at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for 10 years. She works with patients in the cardiac intensive care unit and the Frontier Lymphatic Program. She specializes in medical nutrition management of patients with congenital heart disease, surgical patients, heart failure and transplants, and patients with complex lymphatic disorders. She has also completed a course in quality improvement. Melanie co-leads a multidisciplinary cardiac quality improvement committee that has developed a pathway to standardize the delivery of nutrition for pre-operative and post-operative neonates undergoing surgery for congenital heart disease. She received her undergraduate degree in nutrition at The Pennsylvania State University, and completed her Master of Science and Dietetic Internship program at The University of Florida.

    Webinar Objectives:

    • Understand the function, anatomy and disorders of the lymphatic system
    • Describe the adverse consequences of lymphatic flow disorders
    • Define the medical nutrition management of lymphatic flow disorders
    • Discuss a case report and relate learning to one’s own practice

    *This event is eligible for (1) CE credit from 11/14/2017 to 11/14/2020. To obtain the code for your certificate of attendance, please fill out this brief survey; then obtain your certificate on NLC.

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  • Setting the Table: Initial Steps Towards Achieving Adequate Nutritional Intake in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Gastrointestinal Issues (GI)/Food Allergies

    Feeding problems are common in children with ASD and can result from a variety of reasons (e.g., oral motor, behavioral, sensory processing, and/or medical issues). In addition, they may present in a variety of ways – often disrupting eating and mealtimes.
    Please join Patricia Novak, MPH, RD, CLE, EMPOWER Project Coordinator Children's Hospital Los Angeles, and Karla Ausderau, PhD, OTR/L, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin, Department of Kinesiology, Occupational Therapy Program for an educational webinar on how to manage frequent feeding challenges, especially those related to GI issues and/or food allergies.
    Objectives:

    • Define ASD diagnostic characteristics and how these relate to the mechanics of eating 
    • Identify the most common disrupted eating patterns in children with ASD 
    • Discuss prevalent underlying medical problems such as gastrointestinal issues and food allergies that may contribute to disrupted eating patterns in children with ASD 
    • Identify strategies to support mealtime and foster adequate nutritional intake and growth in children with ASD and gastrointestinal issues/food allergies

    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 10/21/2015 to 10/21/2018.

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  • Recognition and Management of Gastrointestinal (GI) and Nutritional Issues in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

    Please join speaker Dr. Timothy Buie, Director of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, Lurie Center for Autism; Massachusetts General Hospital for Children and Harvard Medical School for a free one hour presentation on the recognition and management of GI and nutritional issues in children with ASD.

    • Recognize the prevalence of GI issues in children with ASD and how these issues may be identified. 
    • Describe the most commonly occurring GI symptoms and potential nutritional deficits in children with ASD. 
    • Discuss assessment needs and management strategies for children with ASD and GI and/or nutrition issues. 
    • Identify 2 ways in which amino acid-based formula/semi-solid food may be indicated for children with ASD with GI and/or nutrition issues. 
     
    *Nurses may claim CEU credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CEU credit for this webinar from 9/23/2014 to 9/23/2017.

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Healthcare Professional Tools

  • Neocate DRI Calculator and Mixing Tool

    Updated as of December 2020: For healthcare professionals.

    • Neocate DRI Calculator: Compare nutrients for a chosen amount of any Neocate product to the Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs) for any group, calculate key nutrients provided per kilogram body weight, and determine number of cases needed per month for a daily calorie goal.
    • Neocate Mixing Tool: Tailor recipes to mix Neocate powders at a unique concentration and volume, and find a combination of household measures to yield an approximate gram weight of Neocate powder.

  • Duocal, Information for Healthcare Professionals

    This resource is for healthcare professionals recommending Duocal, a flavorless powder with a unique dual-energy source of carbohydrate & fat. The document includes a description of Duocal; nutrient information; a guide for recommending Duocal (based on a daily calorie goal); information on how to prepare, store & mix in foods; and lastly, how to order.

  • Neocate DRI Calculator and Mixing Tool

    Updated as of April 2020: Includes 2019 DRI updates for Sodium and Potassium and all updates to Neocate formulas in Canada.

    • Neocate DRI Calculator: This tab can be used by Healthcare Professionals to compare nutrients provided by a chosen amount of any Neocate product to the Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs) for a chosen gender and age range.
    • Neocate Mixing Tool: This tab helps the Healthcare Professional to calculate mixing instructions for preparing Neocate powders at a desired concentration and volume for individual patients. This tool can also be used by Healthcare Professionals to calculate a recipe that yields an approximate gram weight of Neocate powder using household measures, and to determine the number of cans needed per month.

  • Red Flag Indicators for Using an Amino Acid-Based Formula to Manage Cow Milk Allergy

    Your next patient with food allergies could present with a combination of these red flag indicators:

    • Download Quick Reference Guide
    • Meyer R, Groetch M, Venter C. When Should Infants with Cow's Milk Protein Allergy Use an Amino Acid Formula? A Practical Guide. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract. 2018;6:383-99. Abstract
  • Neocate Pocket Guide – US

    Updated as of February 2019: Includes entire upgraded US Neocate Junior range. Provides clinical information on all the Neocate products, including select nutrition information, ingredient sources, and mixing instructions at various concentrations for each formula.

  • Mixing Charts for Neocate Infant Formulas

    These resources have been developed for use by Healthcare Professionals. They contain recipes at various concentrations, up to 30 kcal/fl oz, either for mixing Neocate infant formulas with water or for combining breast milk with Neocate infant formula powders.

  • Neocate Family Comparison Chart

    Updated December 2018. A nutrient comparison chart for all Neocate products in the US. Also includes indications, main features and reimbursement codes.

  • Monogen Dilution Chart

    This resource has been developed for use by Healthcare Professionals. It includes recipes for mixing Monogen at multiple dilutions (from 20 to 30 calories per fluid ounce), as well as household measures.

  • Monitoring Micronutrients

    This guidance is intended to provide an update on monitoring micronutrients for healthcare professionals.

  • Neocate Junior and Splash Dilution Charts

    Updated December 2019: These resources are for healthcare professionals. They include recipes for mixing Neocate Junior and/or Neocate Splash at various concentrations. Please Note: charts for Neocate Junior powders differ slightly due to different energy densities, scoop fill, and displacement. Canadian healthcare professionals: Please contact us at 866.636.2283 to request appropriate charts for Neocate products in the Canadian market.

  • Letters of Medical Necessity

    We created sample letters of medical necessity to help patients request insurance coverage for Neocate. You can complete the missing information and individualize the letters to suit your patient's situation and needs. Simply follow the appropriate links below to access Word files. Please note: our Nutricia Product Coverage Navigator team is available to help your patients to obtain coverage for our medical foods. This includes assistance with drafting letters of medical necessity, obtaining prior authorization for our products, correcting billing errors, appealing denied claims and much more. If your patients need personalized assistance with Neocate coverage call 1-800-365-7354 or email NutriciaNavigator@nutricia.com

  • Duocal Tools

    This tool helps to determine an amount of Duocal to add to any enteral formula. It offers both an interactive calculator and two printable concentration charts to help in adding calories to enteral formulas with Duocal. It also offers an interactive calculator that can generate a combination of US household measures that provide an approximate gram weight of Duocal when a scale is not available and the provided scoop is not convenient.

Flowcharts/Guidelines

  • Short Bowel Syndrome Management Flow Chart

    This flow chart illustrates different options for the dietary management of Short Bowel Syndrome and where amino acid-based formulas fit in. It is an evidence based tool that may be used as a decision making guide for clinicians. The flow chart includes a list of the Neocate® family of products.

  • Cow Milk Allergy/Multiple Food Allergies (CMA/MFA) Dietary Management Flow Chart

    This flow chart is an evidence-based tool that may be used as a decision-making guide for clinicians. It illustrates options for the dietary management of CMA/MFA, and where elemental nutrition (Neocate®) fits in. The flow chart poses guiding questions and considerations to ensure patients’ nutrition needs are being met. It includes a list of the Neocate family of products.

  • Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) Management Flow Chart

    This flow chart is an evidence-based tool that may be used as a decision-making guide for clinicians. It illustrates possible signs and symptoms that can help identify EoE patients, options for the dietary management of EoE, and where elemental nutrition (Neocate®) fits in. The flow chart poses guiding questions and considerations to ensure patients’ nutrition needs are being met. It includes a list of the Neocate family of products.

Patient Resources

Case Studies & Research Updates

In this section you will find real patient case reports written by clinicians in which an amino acid-based formula, Neocate®, was used for the dietary management of GI and allergic conditions. Also located in this section are research updates including abstracts which report results from various publications investigating the use of amino acid-based formula in infants and children with GI and allergic conditions and publications of interest.

  • Case Studies

    The following case reports discuss real patient cases in which an amino acid-based formula, Neocate®, was used for the dietary management of GI and allergic conditions.

    • Infant with persistent allergic gastrointestinal and skin symptoms on an extensively hydrolyzed formula showed improvement after implementation of amino acid-based formula with synbiotics View Case Study
    • Infant with persistent vomiting, multiple food allergies, and FPIES - improvement with Neocate Syneo Infant formula View Case Study
    • Infant with poor weight gain, gastroesophageal reflux, fussiness, and sleep disturbances View Case Study
    • Clinical case studies to support the use of Neocate Splash in the dietary management of MFA, EoE, and FPIES View Case Study
    • Infant with severe atopic dermatitis, multiple food allergies, growth failure and loose stools View Case Study
    • Nutrition Management of an Adult with EoE and EoG View Case Study
    • Development Mealtime Dynamics & Nutrition: Making the Case for Neocate Nutra View Case Study
  • Research Abstracts

    The following research abstracts report results from various publications investigating the use of amino acid-based formula in infants and children with GI and allergic conditions.

    • Neocate Scientific Evidence View Manuscript
    • Fiber & nutrition in children with food allergies View Abstract
    • A specific synbiotic-containing amino acid-based formula restores gut microbiota in non-IgE-mediated cow milk allergic infants: a randomized controlled trial View Abstract
    • A specific synbiotic-containing amino acid-based formula in dietary management of cow milk allergy: a randomized controlled trial View Abstract
    • A synbiotic-containing amino acid-based formula improves gut microbiota in non-IgE-mediated allergic infants View Abstract
    • An amino acid-based formula with synbiotics supports normal growth in cow milk-allergic infants View Abstract
    • An amino acid-based formula with synbiotics is hypoallergenic and supports normal growth View Abstract
  • Publications

    The following publications highlight research on the topic of the gut microbiota and/or food allergies and related GI/allergic conditions.

    • Walker WA. The importance of appropriate initial bacterial colonization of the intestine in newborn, child, and adult health. Pediatr Res. 2017;82:387-95. Full Text

Reference Library

  • Cow Milk Allergy (CMA) & Gut Microbiota

    Clinical References for Neocate related to Cow Milk Allergy (CMA) and Gut Microbiota

    • Candy DCA, Van Ampting MTJ, Oude Nijhuis MM, et al. A synbiotic-containing amino-acid-based formula improves gut microbiota in non-IgE-mediated allergic infants. Pediatr Res. 2018;83:677-86. Full Text
    • Fox AT, Wopereis H, Van Ampting MTJ, et al. A specific synbiotic-containing amino acid-based formula in dietary management of cow's milk allergy: a randomized controlled trial. Clin Transl Allergy. 2019;9:5. Full Text
    • Wopereis H, van Ampting MTJ, Cetinyurek-Yavuz A, et al. A specific synbiotic-containing amino acid-based formula restores gut microbiota in non-IgE mediated cow's milk allergic infants: a randomized controlled trial. Clin Transl Allergy. 2019;9:27. Full Text
  • Cow Milk Allergy (CMA)

    Publications in which Neocate was studied or used in dietary management or research related to CMA

    • Fierro V, Valluzzi RL, Banzato C, et al. A well-tolerated new amino acid-based formula for cow's milk allergy. Immun Inflamm Dis. 2020;8:140-9. Fierro PubMed Full Text
    • Fox AT, Wopereis H, Van Ampting MTJ, et al. A specific synbiotic-containing amino acid-based formula in dietary management of cow's milk allergy: a randomized controlled trial. Clin Transl Allergy. 2019;9:5. Fox 2019 PubMed Full Text
    • Payot F, Lachaux A, Lalanne F, et al. Randomized trial of a yogurt-type amino acid-based formula in infants and children with severe cow's milk allergy. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2018;66:135-40. Payot PubMed Full Text
    • Candy DCA, Van Ampting MTJ, Oude Nijhuis MM, et al. A synbiotic-containing amino-acid-based formula improves gut microbiota in non-IgE-mediated allergic infants. Pediatr Res. 2018;83:677-86. Candy 2018 Journal Full Text
    • Berni Canani R, Nocerino R, Frediani T, et al. Amino acid-based formula in cow's milk allergy: long-term effects on body growth and protein metabolism. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2017;64:632-8. Berni Canani Journal Full Text
    • Fox AT, Wopereis H, Van Ampting MT, et al. Amino acid-based formula including specific synbiotics modifies the gut microbiota and reduces clinical symptoms in non-IgE mediated cow’s milk allergic infants. Oral abstract presented at EAACI Congress. 17-21 June; Helsinki, Finland. Allergy. 2017;72:102(0122). Fox 2017A Journal Abstract
    • Fox A, van Ampting M, Oude Nijhuis M, et al. Amino acid-based formula with synbiotics modifies gut microbiota in non-IgE mediated cow’s milk allergic infants. Poster presented at ASCIA 28th Annual Conference. 13-15 September; Auckland, New Zealand. Internal Medicine Journal. 2017;47:15(P35). Fox 2017B Journal Abstract
    • Harvey BM, Eussen SRBM, Harthoorn LF, et al. Mineral intake and status of cow's milk allergic infants consuming an amino acid-based formula. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2017;65:346-9. Harvey 2017 Journal Full Text
    • Sorensen K, Fry C, Allford A, et al. Longitudinal study shows improved nutrient intakes and growth with an amino acid formula for children ≥1y with cow's milk allergy and related conditions. Poster presented at EAACI Annual Congress. Jun 17-21; Helsinki, Finland. Allergy. 2017;72:523(0899). Sorensen 2017 Journal Abstract
    • Wopereis H, Van Ampting M, Candy DCA, et al. Gut microbiota composition of non-IgE mediated cow's milk allergic infants before and after dietary management with a synbiotics-supplemented amino acid-based formula. Poster presented at AAAAI Annual Meeting. 4-6 March; Atlanta, GA. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2017;139:AB53(168). Wopereis Journal Abstract
    • Michaelis LJ, Wopereis H, van Ampting MTJ, et al. An amino acid-based formula with synbiotics affects faecal microbiota in non-IgE mediated cow’s milk allergic infants. EAACI Annual Congress. Jun 11-15; Vienna, Austria. Allergy. 2016;71(S102):58(114). Michaelis Journal Abstract
    • Harvey B, Harthoorn L, Burks A. Mineral status of infants requiring dietary management of cow's milk allergy by using an amino acid-based formula. 5th WCPGHAN. October 5-8; Montreal, Quebec. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2016;63:S400(1172). Harvey 2016A Journal Abstract
    • Harvey BM, Harthoorn LF, Burks AW. Mineral status of infants requiring dietary management of cow's milk allergy by using an amino acid-based formula. 4th EAACI FAAM. October 13-15; Rome, Italy. 2016:(PD57). Harvey 2016B Congress Abstract
    • Candy DCA, van Ampting MTJ, Oude Nijhuis MM, et al. Dietary management of non-IgE mediated cow's milk allergic infants with a synbiotics-supplemented amino acid-based formula: effects on faecal microbiota and clinical symptoms. Poster presented at WCPGHAN Meeting. Oct 5-8; Montréal, Québec. 2016. Candy 2016A Journal Abstract
    • Candy DCA, van Ampting MTJ, Garssen J, et al. Dietary management of non-IgE mediated cow's milk allergic infants with a synbiotics-supplemented amino acid-based formula: effects on faecal calprotectin, eosinophilic cationic protein and a1-antitrypsin concentrations. Poster presented at 4th EAACI FAAM. Oct 13-15; Rome, Italy. 2016:(PP067). Candy 2016B Congress Abstract
    • Cordova J, Sriram S, Patton T, et al. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2015;62:140-4. Cordova Journal Full Text
    • Nowak-Węgrzyn A, Czerkies LA, Collins B, et al. Evaluation of hypoallergenicity of a new, amino acid-based formula. Clin Pediatr. 2015;54:264-72. Nowak-Węgrzyn 2015 PubMed Abstract
    • Burks AW, Harthoorn LF, van Ampting MTJ, et al. Synbiotics-supplemented amino acid-based formula supports adequate growth in cow's milk allergic infants. Pediatr Allergy Immunol. 2015;26:316-22. Burks 2015 Journal Full Text
    • Burks AW, Harthoorn L, van Ampting M, et al. Functional effects, including effects on gut microbiota, of an amino acid-based formula with synbiotics in cow’s milk allergic infants. EAACI Annual Congress. June 7-11; Copenhagen, Denmark. Allergy. 2014;69:574(1639). Burks 2014A Journal Abstract [Purchase]
    • Burks WA, Harthoorn LF, Langford JE, et al. Functional effects of an amino-acid based formula with synbiotics in cow’s milk allergic infants. Oral presentation presented at 3rd PAAM. Oct 17-19; Athens, Greece. Clin Transl Allergy. 2014;4:7(O23). Burks 2014B Journal Abstract
    • Colson D, Kalach N, Soulaines P, et al. Anthropomorphic variations according to clinical pattern in cow's milk allergic children. Poster presented at AAAAI Annual Meeting. February 28-March 4; San Diego, CA. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2014;133:AB65(231). Colson 2014 Journal Abstract
    • Harvey BM, Langford JE, Harthoorn LF, et al. Effects on growth and tolerance and hypoallergenicity of an amino acid–based formula with synbiotics. Pediatr Res. 2014;75:343-51. Harvey 2014 Journal Full Text
    • 23. Petrus NC, Schoemaker AF, van Hoek MW, et al. Remaining symptoms in half the children treated for milk allergy. Eur J Pediatr. 2014. Petrus PubMed Abstract
    • Nowak-Wegrzyn A, Czerkies L, Saavedra JM. Evaluation of hypoallergenicity of a new, amino-acid based formula. EAACI-WAO Congress. June 22-26; Milan, Italy. Allergy. 2013;68:115-88(307). Nowak-Wegrzyn 2013 Journal Abstract [Purchase]
    • Colson D, Michaud B, Soulaines P, et al. Long term nutritional outcome of children fed by an amino-acid formula. AAAAI Annual Meeting. February 22-26; San Antonio, TX. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2013;131:AB98(355). Colson 2013 Journal Abstract
    • Miller J. “Like taking away his lifeline”: recognizing and addressing the role of food as a sensory regulation strategy in children with autism. ICAN: Infant Child & Adolescent Nutrition. 2013;5:274-82. Miller Journal Abstract
    • Epifanio M, Spolidoro JV, Soder RB, et al. Gray-scale and color Doppler ultrasound findings in children with cow's milk allergy. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2011;196:W817-22. Epifanio Journal Full Text
    • Muñoz Urribarri A, Delgado Godos A, Castillo Durán R, et al. [Case report: allergy to cow's milk protein]. Rev Gastroenterol Peru. 2011;31:183-7. Muñoz Urribarri PubMed Abstract
    • Dupont C, Soulaines P, Lapillonne A, et al. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2010;50(4):463-4. Dupont 2010 Journal Full Text
    • Koksal B, Ozbek O, Hosnut F, et al. Food protein induced proctocolitis in five infants. XXIX EAACI Congress. June 2010; London, UK. Allergy. 2010;65(420(1117). Koksal Journal Abstract
    • Srinivasan P, Brandler M, D'Souza A, et al. J Perinatol. 2010;30(6):431-3. Srinivasan PubMed Abstract
    • Becker PJ. ICAN: Infant Child & Adolescent Nutrition. 2009;1(4):214-9. Becker Journal Abstract
    • Hill DJ, Murch SH, Rafferty K, et al. The efficacy of amino acid-based formulas in relieving the symptoms of cow's milk allergy: a systematic review. Clin Exp Allergy. 2007;37:808-22. Hill 2007 PubMed Abstract
    • Maloney J, Nowak-Wegrzyn A. Educational clinical case series for pediatric allergy and immunology: allergic proctocolitis, food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome and allergic eosinophilic gastroenteritis with protein-losing gastroenteropathy as manifestations of non-IgE-mediated cow's milk allergy. Pediatr Allergy Immunol. 2007;18(4):360-7. Maloney PubMed Abstract
    • Faber MR, Rieu P, Semmekrot BA, et al. Acta Paediatr. 2005;94(10):1514-5. Faber PubMed Abstract
    • Hernandez-Trujillo VP, Nguyen WT, Belleau JT, et al. Cow's milk allergy in a patient with hyper-IgE syndrome. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. 2004;92:469-74. Hernandez-Trujillo 2004 PubMed Abstract
    • Hernandez-Trujillo VP, Belleau JT, Nguyen WT, et al. Beneficial effect of an amino-acid based formula for neonatal eosinophilic folliculitis associated with hyper-IgE syndrome and cow's milk allergy. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2003;111(2):S228-. Hernandez-Trujillo 2003 Journal Abstract
    • Dupont C, de Boissieu D. [Treatment of severe allergy to cow's milk proteins by Neocate®]. Allerg Immunol (Paris). 2002;34:85-90. Dupont 2002 PubMed Abstract
    • Kanny G, Moneret-Vautrin DA, Flabbee J, et al. [Use of an amino acid-based formula in the treatment of cow's milk protein allergy and multiple food allergy syndrome]. Allerg Immunol (Paris). 2002;34:82-4. Kanny PubMed Abstract
    • Kirjavainen PV, Arvola T, Salminen S, et al. Aberrant composition of gut microbiota of allergic infants: a target of bifidobacterial therapy at weaning? Gut. 2002;51:51-5. Kirjavainen PubMed Full Text
    • Moneret-Vautrin DA, Hatahet R, Kanny G. [Milk protein hydrolysates: hypoallergenic formulas and extensively hydrolyzed formulas: allergologic basis for their use in prevention and treatment of cow's milk allergy]. Arch Pediatr. 2001;8:1348-57. Moneret-Vautrin PubMed Abstract
    • Sicherer SH, Noone SA, Koerner CB, et al. Hypoallergenicity and efficacy of an amino acid-based formula in children with cow's milk and multiple food hypersensitivities. J Pediatr. 2001;138:688-93. Sicherer PubMed Abstract
    • de Boissieu D, Dupont C. Time course of allergy to extensively hydrolyzed cow's milk proteins in infants. J Pediatr. 2000;136:119-20. de Boissieu 2000 PubMed Abstract
    • D'Netto MA, Herson VC, Hussain N, et al. J Pediatr. 2000;137:480-6. D'Netto PubMed Abstract
    • Ammar F, de Boissieu D, Dupont C. [Allergy to protein hydrolysates. Report of 30 cases]. Arch Pediatr. 1999;6:837-43. Ammar PubMed Abstract
    • Dupont C, Niggemann B, Binder C, et al. Early introduction of an amino acid-based vs protein hydrolysate formula in children with cow milk allergy: a randomised multicentre trial. ESPGHAN 32nd Annual Meeting. June 2-5; Warsaw, Poland. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 1999;28:589(17). Dupont 1999 Journal Abstract
    • Sotto D, Tounian P, Baudon JJ, et al. [Allergy to cow's milk protein hydrolysates: apropos of 8 cases]. Arch Pediatr. 1999;6:1279-85. Sotto PubMed Abstract
    • Isolauri E, Sutas Y, Salo MK, et al. Elimination diet in cow's milk allergy: risk for impaired growth in young children. J Pediatr. 1998;132:1004-9. Isolauri 1998 PubMed Abstract
    • Bruel H, Le Luyer B, Chabrolle JP, et al. Arch Pediatr. 1998;5:461-2. Bruel Journal (Purchase French Full Text)
    • de Boissieu D, Matarazzo P, Dupont C. Allergy to extensively hydrolyzed cow milk proteins in infants: identification and treatment with an amino acid-based formula. J Pediatr. 1997;131:744-7. de Boissieu 1997 PubMed Abstract
    • Lake AM. Beyond hydrolysates: use of L-amino acid formula in resistant dietary protein-induced intestinal disease in infants. J Pediatr. 1997;131(5):658-60. Lake PubMed (citation only)
    • Murray ND, Kaufman SS, Vanderhoof JA. Growth of infants with cow milk allergy who were treated with Neocate®. ASPEN 20th Clinical Congress. Jan 14-17, 1996; Washington, DC. 1996:387. Murray PubMed (citation only)
    • Vanderhoof JA, Kaufman SS, Murray MD, et al. Evaluation of Neocate in infants with milk protein induced colitis. NASPGN 1995 Congress. 1995;21:331(30). Vanderhoof 1995 Journal Abstract
    • Sampson HA, James JM, Bernhisel-Broadbent J. Safety of an amino acid-derived infant formula in children allergic to cow milk. Pediatrics. 1992;90:463-5. Sampson Journal Abstract
  • Multiple Food Protein Intolerance (MFPI)

    Clinical References for Neocate related to Multiple Food Protein Intolerance (MFPI)

    • Kaczmarski M, Zur E, Kondej-Muszynska K. Therapeutic and nutritional applications of amino acid-based elemental formulas in children with food allergies: a preliminary report. Post Dermatol Alergol. 2012;29(2):86-93.
    • Noimark L, Cox HE. Nutritional problems related to food allergy in childhood. Pediatr Allergy Immunol. 2008;19(2):188-95. PubMed
    • Isolauri E, Sampson HA. Use of an amino acid based formula in the management of cow’s milk allergy and multiple food protein intolerance in children. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2004;113(2):S154, abstract 518. Abstract
    • Latcham F, Merino F, Lang A, et al. A consistent pattern of minor immunodeficiency and subtle enteropathy in children with multiple food allergy. J Pediatr. 2003;143(1):39-47. PubMed
    • Hill DJ, Heine RG, Cameron DJ, et al. The natural history of intolerance to soy and extensively hydrolyzed formula in infants with multiple food protein intolerance. J Pediatr. 1999;135(1):118-21. PubMed
    • Hill DJ, Cameron DJ, Francis DE, et al. Challenge confirmation of late-onset reactions to extensively hydrolyzed formulas in infants with multiple food protein intolerance. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1995;96(3):386-94. PubMed
  • Short Bowel Syndrome (SBS)

    Clinical References for Neocate related to Short Bowel Syndrome (SBS)

    • Leechawengwongs E, Tison BE, Gopalakrishna GS, et al. Does short bowel syndrome increase the risk of food allergy and eosinophilic gastrointestinal disease? Observations in Shah-Waardenburg syndrome. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2013;131(1):251-5. Full Text
    • Woods CW, Ayers K, Turner C, et al. ICAN: Infant Child & Adolescent Nutrition. 2012;5(1):32-6. Abstract
    • Sigalet D, Boctor D, Brindle M, et al. Elements of successful intestinal rehabilitation. J Pediatr Surg. 2011;46(1):150-6. PubMed
    • De Greef E, Mahler T, Janssen A, et al. The influence of Neocate in paediatric short bowel syndrome on PN weaning. J Nutr Metab. 2010;2010. Full Text
    • Theyskens C, Dams A. Enteral nutrition regimen for neonates with short bowel syndrome. Nutrition. 2008;24(10):1045-7. PubMed
    • Hasosah M, Lemberg DA, Skarsgard E, et al. Congenital short bowel syndrome: a case report and review of the literature. Can J Gastroenterol. 2008;22(1):71-4. Full Text
    • Serrano MS, Schmidt-Sommerfeld E. Nutrition support of infants with short bowel syndrome. Nutrition. 2002;18(11-12):966-70. Full Text
    • Andorsky DJ, Lund DP, Lillehei CW, et al. Nutritional and other postoperative management of neonates with short bowel syndrome correlates with clinical outcomes. J Pediatr. 2001;139(1):27-33. PubMed
    • Veereman-Wauters GA, Van Elsacker E, Hoffman I, et al. Successful avoidance of total parenteral nutrition by administration of an amino acid-based enteral formula (Neocate®) in infancy. Digestive Disease Week - 101st Annual AGA Meeting. May 21-4, 2000; San Diego, CA. Gastroenterology. 2000;118(4;Suppl 2:1 of 2):A777(4159). Full Text
    • Brewster D, Kukuruzovic R, Haase A. Short bowel syndrome, intestinal permeability and glutamine. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 1998;27(5):614-6. PubMed
    • Bines J, Francis D, Hill D. Reducing parenteral requirement in children with short bowel syndrome: impact of an amino acid-based complete infant formula. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 1998;26(2):123-8. PubMed
    • Murray ND, Kaufman SS, Vanderhoof JA. Use of Neocate® in infants with short bowel syndrome. ASPEN 20th Clinical Congress. Jan 14-17, 1996; Washington, DC. 1996;6):397. PubMed
  • Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES)

    Clinical References for Neocate related to Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES)

    • Mane SK, Bahna SL. Clinical manifestations of food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome. Curr Opin Allergy Clin Immunol. 2014;14(3):217-21. Full Text
    • Järvinen KM, Nowak-Węgrzyn A. Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES): current management strategies and review of the literature. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract. 2013;1(4):317-22.e4. PubMed
    • Anand RK, Appachi E. Case report of methemoglobinemia in two patients with food protein-induced enterocolitis. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2006;45(7):679-82. PubMed
    • Vanderhoof JA, Murray ND, Kaufman SS, et al. Intolerance to protein hydrolysate infant formulas: an underrecognized cause of gastrointestinal symptoms in infants. J Pediatr. 1997;131(5):741-4. PubMed
    • Kelso JM, Sampson HA. Food protein-induced enterocolitis to casein hydrolysate formulas. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1993;92(6):909-10. PubMed
  • Atopic Dermatitis

    Clinical References for use of Neocate related to Atopic Dermatitis

    • Kaczmarski M, Wasilewska J, Lasota M. Hypersensitivity to hydrolyzed cow's milk protein formula in infants and young children with atopic eczema/dermatitis syndrome with cow's milk protein allergy. Rocz Akad Med Bialymst. 2005;50:274-8. PubMed
    • Leung TF, Ma KC, Cheung LT, et al. A randomized, single-blind and crossover study of an amino acid-based milk formula in treating young children with atopic dermatitis. Pediatr Allergy Immunol. 2004;15(6):558-61. PubMed
    • Arvola T, Moilanen E, Vuento R, et al. Weaning to hypoallergenic formula improves gut barrier function in breast-fed infants with atopic eczema. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2004;38(1):92-6. PubMed
    • Isolauri E, Tahvanainen A, Peltola T, et al. Breast-feeding of allergic infants. J Pediatr. 1999;134(1):27-32. PubMed
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  • Gastroesophageal Reflux (GER)

    Clinical References for Neocate related to Gastroesophageal Reflux (GER)

    • Borrelli O, Mancini V, Thapar N, et al. Cow's milk challenge increases weakly acidic reflux in children with cow's milk allergy and gastroesophageal reflux disease. J Pediatr. 2012;161(3):476-81 e1. PubMed
    • Thomson M, Wenzl T, Fox A, et al. Effect of an amino acid-based milk - Neocate® - on gastro-oesophageal reflux in infants assessed by combined intraluminal impedance/pH. Pedriatr Asthma Allergy Immunol. 2006;19(4):205-13. Abstract
    • Heine R, Cameron D, Francis D, et al. Effect of amino acid-based formula on gastroesophageal reflux in infants with persistent distress. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2003;111(2):S102. Abstract
    • Miele E, Staiano A, Tozzi A, et al. Clinical response to amino acid-based formula in neurologically impaired children with refractory esophagitis. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2002;35(3):314-9. PubMed
    • Hill DJ, Heine RG, Cameron DJ, et al. Role of food protein intolerance in infants with persistent distress attributed to reflux esophagitis. J Pediatr. 2000;136(5):641-7. PubMed
    • Miele E, Staiano R, Troncone A, et al. Clinical response to amino acid-based enteral formula in neurologically impaired children with refractory esophagitis. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 1999;28(5):561(68). Abstract
    • Hill DJ. Multiple food protein intolerance (MFPI) as a cause of reflux oesophagitis in infancy: results of a pilot study. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1998;101(1):S89. Missing
    • Hill DJ, Catto-Smith ACS, Cameron DJS, et al. Is multiple food protein intolerance (MFPI) the cause of "reflux oesophagitis" in distressed infants. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1996;97(1 Pt 3):336-. Abstract
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  • Other Gastrointestinal Conditions

    Clinical References for Neocate related to Other Gastrointestinal Conditions

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    • de Mattos AP, Ribeiro TC, Mendes PS, et al. Comparison of yogurt, soybean, casein, and amino acid-based diets in children with persistent diarrhea. Nutr Res. 2009;29(7):462-9. PubMed
    • Berni Canani R, Terrin G, Borrelli O, et al. Short- and long-term therapeutic efficacy of nutritional therapy and corticosteroids in paediatric Crohn s disease. Dig Liver Dis. 2006;38(6):381-7. PubMed
    • Amadi B, Mwiya M, Chomba E, et al. Improved nutritional recovery on an elemental diet in Zambian children with persistent diarrhoea and malnutrition. J Trop Pediatr. 2005;51(1):5-10. PubMed
    • Amadi B. Role of food antigen elimination in treating children with persistent diarrhea and malnutrition in Zambia. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2002;34 Suppl 1:S54-6. PubMed
    • Hill DJ, Hosking CS. Infantile colic and food hypersensitivity. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2000;30 Suppl:S67-76. PubMed
    • Estep DC, Kulczycki A, Jr. Colic in breast-milk-fed infants: treatment by temporary substitution of neocate infant formula. Acta Paediatr. 2000;89(7):795-802. PubMed
    • Estep DC, Kulczycki A, Jr. Treatment of infant colic with amino acid-based infant formula: a preliminary study. Acta Paediatr. 2000;89(1):22-7. PubMed
  • Other

    Additional References for Neocate

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    • Seffrood E, Schroth M. Nutrition for orally fed children with spinal muscular atrophy. PNPG Building Block for Life. 2012;35(1):5-8.
    • Raimondi F, Spera AM, Sellitto M, et al. Amino acid-based formula as a rescue strategy in feeding very-low-birth-weight infants with intrauterine growth restriction. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2012;54(5):608-12. PubMed
    • Marcus M. Overview on the principles, implementation, and management of the SMA amino acid diet and common complementary therapies in SMA nutrition. PNPG Building Block for Life. 2012;35(1):15-7.
    • Huang L, Hogewind-Schoonenboom JE, van Dongen MJ, et al. Methionine requirement of the enterally fed term infant in the first month of life in the presence of cysteine. Am J Clin Nutr. 2012;95(5):1048-54. Full Text
    • Huang L, Hogewind-Schoonenboom JE, de Groof F, et al. Lysine requirement of the enterally fed term infant in the first month of life. Am J Clin Nutr. 2011;94(6):1496-503. Full Text
    • Ficicioglu C, Hussa C, Yager C, et al. Effect of galactose free formula on galactose-1-phosphate in two infants with classical galactosemia. Eur J Pediatr. 2008;167(5):595-6. PubMed
    • Torgerson TR, Linane A, Moes N, et al. Severe food allergy as a variant of IPEX syndrome caused by a deletion in a noncoding region of the FOXP3 gene. Gastroenterology. 2007;132(5):1705-17. PubMed
    • Zlatunich CO, Packman S. Galactosaemia: early treatment with an elemental formula. J Inherit Metab Dis. 2005;28(2):163-8. PubMed
    • Heine RG, Cameron DJ, Chow CW, et al. Effect of amino acid-based formula on crying and fussing in infants with persistent distress. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2002;34(4):464(56).
    • Niggemann B, Binder C, Klettke U, et al. In vivo and in vitro studies on the residual allergenicity of partially hydrolysed infant formulae. Acta Paediatr. 1999;88(4):394-8. PubMed
    • Binder C. Therapeutical use of an elemental diet as an infant formula substitution with a dystrophic infant with CF, anus praeter and hypoproteinemia. ICFNG, 4th Dietitians’ Meeting, XXIInd European Cystic Fibrosis Conference. June 13-19, 1998; Berlin, Germany. 1998;76(WN1-5).
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  • Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) and related Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disorders (EGIDs)

    Clinical References for Neocate related to Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) and other Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disorders (EGIDs)

    • Rubinstein E, Lee JJ, Fried A, et al. Comparison of two delivery vehicles for viscous budesonide to treat eosinophilic esophagitis in children. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2014;[Epub ahead of print]. PubMed
    • Lucendo AJ, Arias A, Gonzalez-Cervera J, et al. Empiric 6-food elimination diet induced and maintained prolonged remission in patients with adult eosinophilic esophagitis: a prospective study on the food cause of the disease. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2013;131(3):797-804. Abstract
    • Kalach N, Colson D, Soulaines P, et al. 3-Months elimination diet in childhood EoE: nutritional and immunological aspects. 2013 AAAAI Annual Meeting. February 22-26, 2013; San Antonio, TX. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2013;131(2):AB181(644). Abstract
    • Hait EJ, Lee J, Fried A, et al. Neocate® Nutra is as effective as sucralose as a delivery vehicle for oral viscous budesonide to treat eosinophilic esophagitis in children. Full Text
    • Groetch M, Nowak-Wegrzyn A. Practical approach to nutrition and dietary intervention in pediatric food allergy. Pediatr Allergy Immunol. 2013;24(3):212-21. PubMed
    • Henderson CJ, Abonia JP, King EC, et al. Comparative dietary therapy effectiveness in remission of pediatric eosinophilic esophagitis. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2012;129(6):1570-8. PubMed
    • Gorter RR, Heij HA, van der Voorn JP, et al. Eosinophilic esophagitis after esophageal atresia: is there an association? Case presentation and literature review. J Pediatr Surg. 2012;47(6):e9-13. PubMed
    • Haas AM. Development, mealtime dynamics and nutrition: Use of an amino acid-based semi-solid supplement in a child with eosinophilic esophagitis. Clinical Nutrition Week 2011. Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Nutr Clin Pract. 2011;26(1):E19(N36). Abstract
    • Basilious A, Liem J. Nutritional management of eosinophilic gastroenteropathies: case series from the community. Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol. 2011;7:10. Full Text
    • Spergel JM, Brown-Whitehorn TF, Beausoleil JL, et al. 14 years of eosinophilic esophagitis: clinical features and prognosis. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2009;48(1):30-6. PubMed
    • Kagalwalla AF, Sentongo TA, Ritz S, et al. Effect of six-food elimination diet on clinical and histologic outcomes in eosinophilic esophagitis. Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2006;4(9):1097-102. PubMed
    • Chehade M, Magid MS, Mofidi S, et al. Allergic eosinophilic gastroenteritis with protein-losing enteropathy: intestinal pathology, clinical course, and long-term follow-up. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2006;42(5):516-21. PubMed
    • Spergel JM, Andrews T, Brown-Whitehorn TF, et al. Treatment of eosinophilic esophagitis with specific food elimination diet directed by a combination of skin prick and patch tests. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. 2005;95(4):336-43. PubMed
    • Liacouras CA, Spergel JM, Ruchelli E, et al. Eosinophilic esophagitis: a 10-year experience in 381 children. Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2005;3(12):1198-206. PubMed
    • Sundaram S, Sunku B, Nelson SP, et al. Adherent white plaques: an endoscopic finding in eosinophilic esophagitis. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2004;38(2):208-12. PubMed
    • Ko J, Magid MS, Benkov KJ, et al. A 17-month-old boy with periorbital swelling. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. 2004;93(3):220-6. PubMed
    • Markowitz JE, Spergel JM, Ruchelli E, et al. Elemental diet is an effective treatment for eosinophilic esophagitis in children and adolescents. Am J Gastroenterol. 2003;98(4):777-82. PubMed
    • Spergel JM, Beausoleil JL, Mascarenhas M, et al. The use of skin prick tests and patch tests to identify causative foods in eosinophilic esophagitis. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2002;109(2):363-8. PubMed
    • Ruchelli E, Wenner W, Voytek T, et al. Severity of esophageal eosinophilia predicts response to conventional gastroesophageal reflux therapy. Pediatr Dev Pathol. 1999;2(1):15-8. PubMed
    • Kelly KJ, Lazenby AJ, Rowe PC, et al. Eosinophilic esophagitis attributed to gastroesophageal reflux: improvement with an amino acid-based formula. Gastroenterology. 1995;109(5):1503-12. PubMed

Educational Courses/Modules

  • NASPGHAN Nutrition University (N2U)

    A specialized nutrition course designed for senior pediatric gastroenterology fellows and junior faculty. This educational activity covers topics related to the practice of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition and has been proudly supported by Nutricia North America since 2012.