Baby formula and healthResearch Question:
How do different types of carbohydrates in infant formula affect baby's intestines
Basic Study Information
Purpose:Location: Home visit or Strong Memorial Hospital Clinical Research Center
Participation in this study involves one visit that will last for about four hours
at your home or the Strong Memorial Hospital Clinical Research Center. Procedures
include infant glucose test, timed infant urine collection, infant heel pricks, and
infant body size measurements.
Study Reference #: STUDY00004724
Lead Researcher (Principal Investigator)
Study Contact InformationStudy Coordinator: Sharvari_Sonawane@URMC.Rochester.edu
Phone: (585) 205-8609
Additional Study Details
On the day of the study, we will feed your baby some glucose water from a bottle and
collect urine and stool (if we can!). We will give your baby a total of 3 heel pricks
– once before the bottle of glucose water, one 30 minutes after the bottle, and one
60 minutes after the bottle. If we cannot collect any urine or stool at the visit,
we will leave you with some materials to collect these for us, and we will come back
to pick them up.
Number of Visits:
$100, a Formula preparation travel bottle (e.g., PopYum), and an entry in a giveaway
for a baby brezza or baby carrier.
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