Nutrison Multi Fibre

A nutritionally complete, fibre enriched, ready-to-use enteral tube feed.
  • Suitable as a sole source of nutrition.^
  • 15g of MF6# fibre blend per 1000ml pack: to help maintain normal bowel function.
  • Whey-dominant P4 protein blend: in line with international recommendations on protein quality/amino acid profile and for gastro-intestinal tolerance benefits.1-7

Product Information

A nutritionally complete, fibre enriched, ready-to-use enteral tube feed.

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Indications

For use in the dietary management of:

  • Disease-related malnutrition.
Important Notice
  • Not for parenteral use.
  • Not suitable for patients requiring a fibre free diet.
  • Not suitable for patients with galactosaemia.
  • Not suitable for patients with cow’s milk protein allergy.
  • Not suitable for infants under 1 year of age.
  • Use with caution in children aged 1-6 years of age.
  • Use with caution in individuals with a seafood allergy.
Direction for Use
  • Use at room temperature.
  • Shake well before use.
  • Handle aseptically to ensure product remains sterile.
  • Usage to be determined by a healthcare professional.
Storage
  • Store in a cool, dry place.
  • Once opened, store in the refrigerator.
  • Discard unused contents after 24 hours.
Order Information

Contact Nutricia Customer Care 0800 688 747

Nutrison Multi Fibre  Product Code  Units per carton  Pharmacode
1000ml pack  40976  8  469556
Ingredients

Full ingredients list and nutritional information available on Factsheet.

Allergen & Cultural Information
  • Contains: cow’s milk protein, soy, fish oil.
  • Does not contain: wheat, egg, nuts*, lupins.
  • No Halal forbidden ingredients.
  • No Kosher forbidden ingredients.
  • No gluten containing ingredients. No detectable gluten when tested to a sensitivity level of less than 5 parts per million (<5 ppm i.e. <5mg/kg).
  • Low lactose (lactose <2g/100g).
References
  1. World Health Organization. Protein and amino acid requirements in human nutrition: report of a joint FAO/WHO/UNU expert consultation. 2007; WHO technical report series ; no. 935.
  2. Kuyumcu S, Menne D, Curcic J, et al. Noncoagulating enteral formula can empty faster from the stomach: A double-blind, randomized crossover trial using magnetic resonance imaging. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. 2015;39:544-551.
  3. van den Braak CC, Klebach M, Abrahamse E, et al. A novel protein mixture containing vegetable proteins renders enteral nutrition products non-coagulating after in vitro gastric digestion. Clinical Nutrition. 2013;32:765-771.
  4. Klebach M, Hofman Z, Bluemel S, et al. Effect of protein type in enteral nutrition formulas on coagulation in the stomach in vivo: Post hoc analyses of a randomized controlled trial with MRI. Abstract presented at Clinical Nutrition Week, January 16–19; Austin, Tx. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. 2016;40:134(21).
  5. Luttikhold J, van Norren K, Rijna H, et al. Jejunal feeding is followed by a greater rise in plasma cholecystokinin, peptide YY, glucagon-like peptide 1, and glucagon-like peptide 2 concentrations compared with gastric feeding in vivo in humans: a randomized trial. Am J Clin Nutr. 2016;103:435–43.
  6. Abrahamse E, van der Lee S, van den Braak S, et al. Gastric non-coagulation of enteral tube feed yields faster gastric emptying of protein in a dynamic in vitro model. Abstract presented at 34th ESPEN Congress. Sept 8-11; Barcelona, Spain. Clinical Nutrition Supplements. 2012;7:PP239(119).
  7. Liu J, Klebach M, Abrahamse E, et al. Specific protein mixture reduces coagulation: An in vitro stomach model study mimicking a gastric condition in critically ill patients. Poster presented at 38th ESPEN Congress. 17-20 September; Copenhagen, Denmark. Clinical Nutrition. 2016;35:MON-P182 (S220).
Additional Information

^ In accordance with Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code – Standard 2.9.5

 
# MF6 is a unique, patented blend of six soluble and insoluble fibres (soy polysaccharide, cellulose, resistant starch, gum arabic, oligofructose and inulin) reflecting the proportions of the different fibre types in a healthy diet.
 
* Peanut (Arachis hypogaea), Almond (Amygdalus communis L .), Hazelnut (Corylus avellana), Walnut (Juglans regia), Cashew (Anacardium occidentale), Pecan nut (Carya illinoiesis (Wangenh.) K. Koch), Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa), Pistachio nut (Pistacia vera), Macadamia nut and Queensland nut (Macadamia ternifolia), and products thereof.