Dietetic Management of Inherited Metabolic Disorders Products at a glance INFANTS/TODDLERS FROM 1 (3) YEARS AND OLDER ADDITIONAL OPTIONS FOR OLDER CHILDREN ADOLESCENTS & ADULTS Disorders of Amino Acid Metabolism Phenylketonuria (PKU) Phenylalanine-free PKU Anamix Infant XP Maxamaid Glutaric Aciduria (Type 1) Lysine-free, Tryptophan-low GA 1 Anamix Infant X LYS Low TRY Maxamaid IVA Anamix Infant X LEU Maxamaid MSUD Anamix Infant MSUD Maxamaid MMA / PA Anamix Infant XMTVI Maxamaid TYR Anamix Infant XPHEN, TYR Maxamaid Isovaleric Acidaemia Leucine-free Maple Syrup Urine Disease (MSUD) Isoleucine-, Leucine, Valine-free Propionic Acidaemia and Methylmalonic Acidaemia Isoleucine-, Methionine-, Threonine-, Valine-free Tyrosinaemia Phenylalanine-, Tyrosine-free Urea Cycle Disorders Provide Essential Amino Acids PKU Lophlex LQ Essential Amino Acid Mix Dialamine (6 months +) Disorders of Fat Metabolism Fatty Acid Oxidation Disorders (e.g. LCHAD, VLCAD, Chylothorax intractable malabsorption with steatorrhoea HLP type 1) Limit intake of long chain fatty acids Intolerance to fat (including MCAD) Limit fat intake - supplement additional essential fatty acids Monogen Low fat Module Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) Limit fat intake, inhibit synthesis of VLCFAs Lorenzo’s Oil Disorders of Carbohydrate Metabolism Glucose-Galactose-Intolerance Lactose-low, Glucose-low Galactomin 19 Ensuring Adequate Energy Intake Patients on protein-restricted diet Protein-free energy source, including full micronutrient range Protein-free energy sources Protein- and carbohydrate-free energy sources Emergency regimens based on carbohydrate as energy source Energivit Duocal Calogen, Liquigen (MCT fat) Maxijul All products are foods for special medical purposes and should only be used under medical supervision. For more information please contact your Nutricia representative. Part of the Nutricia family of products.
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