Humavant™ HM Human Milk (Human, Pasteurized) Pasteurized. Standardized. Quality Assured. The benefits of breastfeeding are well established, and breastfeeding is highly recommended by healthcare professionals.1 Mother’s own milk and donor human milk (when mother’s own milk is not available) are rapidly becoming the standard of care for feeding all premature infants. Your NICU can depend on Prolacta Bioscience for the safest, highest quality donor human milk – with no supply shortages. “When mother’s milk is not available, donor human milk (DHM) is the preferred choice.” “Official bodies such as the World Health Organization and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend the use of donated breast milk as the first alternative, when maternal milk is not available.” — The Committee on Nutrition of the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition2 Standardized Nutrition The first donor human milk formulated to a minimum of 72 kcal/100mL The first donor human milk to provide a median of 1.0 g protein/100mL3 Labeled in accordance with European regulatory requirements Two-year shelf life supported by real-time stability studies3 Can be administered up to 48 hours after the thawing process begins3 Industry-Leading Quality and Safety The only donor human milk verified by DNA matching to the donor Milk is tested for B. cereus and for adulteration, nicotine, and drugs of abuse Each donation is tested using nucleic acid testing for HIV-1 & 2, HTLV I & II, HBV, HCV, syphilis, and ZIKV Processed in a pharmaceutical-grade manufacturing facility Product Information Downloads Instructions for thawing, preparation, and usage (SPI) Testing, screening, and standardized production process NOTE: The products shown are distributed in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Use of donor human milk. U.S. Food and Drug Administration website. www.fda.gov/ScienceResearch/SpecialTopics/PediatricTherapeuticsResearch/ucm235203.htm. Updated August 7, 2015. Accessed September 23, 2016. Arslanoglu S., Corpeleijn, W., Moro G., et al. Donor human milk for preterm infants: current evidence and research directions. JGPN. 2013;57:535–542. Data on file and available upon request.