‘Save Babies’ – An initiative to reduce infant mortality

Bangalore (Karnataka) [India], November 17 (ANI / PNN): One of the most common causes of neonatal death worldwide is premature aging. Because these babies are born prematurely, premature mortality is mainly associated with immaturity of vital organs, which puts them at higher risk of infection.

In an initiative to reduce premature mortality under the ‘Save Babies’ campaign, breastfeeding consultant Dr. According to Geetika Gangwani, “I believe that health workers should come forward and support the initiative to ensure access to special human milk for newborns, especially those infants weighing less than or equal to 1,250 grams of birth weight due to the overwhelming evidence supporting human milk nutrition.” Those who have.

Feeding is considered a nutritional emergency and should therefore be included in NICU protocols for nutrition and nutrition. To ensure EHMD, the availability of pasteurized donor human milk should be facilitated by strengthening human milk donation and awareness measures. In addition, human milk nutrition products, such as human milk based fortifiers, have been used in more than 200 super specialty hospitals. In 2 years it was introduced in India. This concept has been around for over 20 years in developed markets such as the US, UK and Europe.

Dr. Vikram Reddy, Chief Scientific Officer at N Exclusive Human Milk Diet is a combination of breast milk, pasteurized human milk screened from a qualified donor, and a fortifier based on human milk when needed. This ensures that the baby is not exposed to any source of cow’s milk, which reduces the risk of premature ejaculation.

“EHMD also significantly reduces the risk of life-threatening conditions such as sepsis and necrotizing enterocolitis which are common for premature infants,” says Dr. Vikram Reddy.

Special human dairy diets have more benefits than just nutrition. Immunological and anti-infective components are one of the unique benefits of human milk, which ensures protection against viral, bacterial and fungal infections in infants. This is especially important for premature babies with immature organs and immune systems. Despite recent advances in dairy science, these components have not been replicated in infant formulas such as synthetic products, which has made them unique to human milk and products derived from human milk.

Overall, there is a direct link between maintenance and lower mortality of a particular human milk diet compared to dairy products derived from dairy products. Human milk cannot be synthesized in laboratories, donations from voluntary mothers remain the only source and are therefore correctly referred to as liquid gold. The ‘Save Babies’ initiative aims to dispel myths about breast milk donation and encourage mothers to donate extra breast milk, which could potentially save thousands of lives in India.

In short, human milk has evolved over millions of years to be the optimal alternative to superfoods for infants. Human milk is not just nutrition – it is medicine.

NeoLacta is the first and only company in India and Asia to develop a state-of-the-art human milk processing facility that is ISO 22000: 2018 certified, GMP compliant, and FSSAI approved, as well as the Pasteurizing Guidelines of the World Health Organization. . This helps caregivers and decision-makers to adhere to a 100% human milk diet without relying on cow’s milk-based products, which also contain many synthetic additives.

All proprietary equipment is designed by an in-house engineering team to ensure a high level of safety, hygiene and quality. NeoLacta is the only human milk facility in India with ISO clean room, HACCP certified procedures, onsite RD, chemical and microbial labs and walk-in freezers, which sets NeoLacta apart from any standard human milk bank. In addition, proprietary technologies used in processing make India the second nation in the world after the United States to have this type of facility.

Continuing its legacy of supporting parents and physicians by providing 100% human milk-based neonatal products, it has recently been launched in the United Kingdom under the banner of NeoKare Nutrition.

The founders of both organizations, NeoLacta and NeoKare, have a broad background in human milk technology since they were instrumental in establishing the first milk bank in 2000 in KEM, Perth, WA, Australia.

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