Complete hyperproteic nutritional powder
To be reconstituted with safe water
For adult patients at risk or with disease-related malnutrition
For enteral tube and/or oral feeding
1 tin 800 g
NutriHope® Fibre, maintaining or restoring optimal nutritional status!
> Why use NutriHope Fibre for nutritional support?
Nutritional support therapy is a key component in maintaining or restoring optimal nutritional status and health.
NutriHope Fibre can be used for a variety of diseases and conditions where nutritional support is warranted, for exclusive or partial feeding of patients whose ability to ingest, digest, absorb or metabolise ordinary foodstuffs is limited or impaired, or who, for medical reasons, have other special nutrient requirements, as those with critical conditions (burns, surgery, trauma, etc) or with HIV/AIDS, TB, malaria, Covid-19, Ebola, cancer etc.
> Formulations and use:
- 2 in 1 formulation: Moderate Energy, 1.25 kcal / ml or High Energy, 1.5 kcal / ml,
- NutriHope Fibre is lactose and gluten free, halal certified and with a pleasant vanilla flavour,
- Can be given by nasogastric tube or gastrostomy and/or as an oral drink,
- Can be used as the sole source of nutrition or as a supplement, the amount can be tailored to patient’s needs, avoiding then product’s waste,
Easy to prepare, can be use in hospital or at home.
Its characteristics (hyperproteic, Moderate Energy or High Energy formula) makes it particularly useful for the dietary management of patients with moderate to increased energy and protein needs, and/or fluid restriction.
> Long lasting shelf life:
- Optimal minimum shelf-life of 24 months, and use within 4 weeks after opening (temperature < 30 °C),
- 6 hours stability after reconstitution and 24 hours stability if refrigerated before 2 hours of reconstitution.
NutriHope Fibre is to be used only UNDER MEDICAL SUPERVISION.
The product should be used exclusively for enteral feeding by nasogastric tube or gastrostomy and/or orally.
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