Keyword: F75

For more related articles, please see the category Management of severe acute malnutrition (SAM).

A pragmatic approach to treating severe malnutrition in emergencies: is F75 always beneficial?

This article describes MSF’s experience of implementing a therapeutic feeding programme for adults in Wau, southern Sudan in 1998.

Issue 15, April 2002 (page 11)

Adapted MSF nutrition guidelines on F75

Prompted by recent operational findings, MSF has decided to modify its Nutrition Guidelines to promote the use of F75 in Phase I treatment of severe malnutrition.

Issue 19, July 2003 (page 19)

Foods for the Treatment of Malnutrition

Summary of Conference Presentation.

Issue 2, August 1997 (page 14)

Letter on MSF guidelines on using F75, Saskia van der Kam, Aranka Anema, Sophie Baquet and Marc Gastellu

MSF would like to thank Schofield et al for their constructive criticism in the letter section of the previous edition of Field Exchange.

Issue 15, April 2002 (page 9)

Letter on standards for severe malnutrition mangement, by Kiross Tefera, with response by Saskia van der Kam

First my gratefulness goes to Professor Michael Golden and Yvonne Grellety for their detailed and scientific article based on the research outcome of about 8500 children comparing the observed to expected mortality rate done in different therapeutic feeding institutions (Field exchange, issue 15, April 15, pp. 12-13).

Issue 16, August 2002 (page 20)

Local versus industrially produced therapeutic milks in managing severe malnutrition

For the past eight years, Fondation Terre des hommes (Fondation Tdh) have been working in Mauritania, opening a nutritional unit for managing acute malnutrition in 2000.

Issue 34, October 2008 (page 13)

New Measuring Scoops for F75 Therapeutic Milk

To respond to frequent requests for measuring scoops for the preparation of small quantities of F-75, Nutriset with the approval of UNICEF, are including measuring scoops in every carton of F-75.

Issue 22, July 2004 (page 16)

Postscript to: 'A pragmatic approach to managing severe malnutrition: Is F75 always beneficial?'

It is quite wrong to consider the advantage of F75 as “theoretical”.

Issue 15, April 2002 (page 12)

Response on F-75 and use of measuring scoops

Since 1986, Nutriset has been very involved in seeking practical solutions for the development of quality nutritional products.

Issue 32, January 2008 (page 14)

Treatment of severe malnutrition in Tanzania - a problem with ‘scoops’

This article describes practical problems in preparing therapeutic milk in a hospital-based setting and makes some suggestions to resolve them.

Issue 32, January 2008 (page 13)

Updated Nutriset ‘red scoop’ instructions for mixing F75 and F100

Nutriset’s F-75 and F-100 therapeutic milks come in sachets of, respectively, 410 g and 456 g. For both products, the full content of one sachet must be mixed with 2 litres of boiled/potable water to obtain 2.4 litres of therapeutic milk.

Issue 39, September 2010 (page 29)