Navi Mumbai, India, 2022-May-02 — /https://www.nicolan.net/ —
Collaboration with healthcare providers, nutritionists, and administration enables for instant availability, assuring more agile access to children in need of significant nutrition.
The report issues the end of raising of import controls by the country’s administrative authority FSSAI (Food Safety and Standards Authority of India) under the Diet4Life ambition, which has caused the evolution of these significant medical foods easier and more active into the country since November 2016. The concluding approval on IEM products came in June 2017.
India has the world’s largest birth rate. Of the approximately 74000 infants born each day, out of which 74 were born with IEM. Each year, this changes to more than 27,000 infants who require specific nutrition and therapeutic care to be capable to stay fit and also survive.
Pawan Kumar Agarwal, CEO, fssai stated that they are delighted to connect the hollow within crucial patients’ requirements and best nutrition solutions by allowing secure access into the Indian store.
FSSAI knows that treating IEM requires an integrated strategy including neonatal screening, controlling symptoms before entering the appropriate nutrition treatment. With their Diet4Life ambition, they are not just approaching the access problem, but also building an ecosystem of nutritionists and pediatricians to know IEM completely in the Indian context.
Neonatal screening and importance of early exposure
IEM creates a wide range of genetic diseases including congenital disorders of metabolism. It causes the purpose of any tissue, as the patient is incapable of transforming food into energy. Certain disorders, created by anomalies in proteins that perform a crucial role in metabolism, give themselves at any step from childbirth to adulthood.
Consequently, direct exposure and medical attention are significant. Nutrition treatment, including the control of medical foods, is usually the only treatment possible. Right nutrition control is crucial in these disorders responsive to diet treatment and may prevent mental discomfort and, perhaps, death.
Techno-scientific nutrition for infants
Nicolan has innovative research expertise of several years in IEM. The formulation and nutrient balance of NNMF medicinal supplies are based on clinical research conclusions and approved nutrient requirements for the growth and sustaining of the nutrition condition of IEM patients.
A few years ago, Nicolan's team of specialists set collectively a comprehensive guide to diagnose and control metabolic disorders in infants. There are more than 40 diagnosed metabolic failures in the world, and some of the general disorders classified in India are Congenital Hypothyroidism, Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH), Biotinidase Deficiency, Maple Syrup Urine Disease (MSUD), Phenylketonuria (PKU), Galactosemia (GAL) and Glucose 6 Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency (G6PD).