Introduction Infants and children with cow's milk protein allergy or lactose intolerance are required to follow a dairy-free diet at a time when adequate nutrition is critical for optimum growth and development.
What does CMPA stand for?
CMPA stands for Cow's Milk Protein Allergy
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- Church Music Publishers Association (Tennessee)
- Coastal Marshland Protection Act of 1970
- Colégio Militar de Porto Alegre (Brazil)
- Comprehensive Medical Practice Analysis
- Comprehensive Multidisciplinary Patient Assessment (National Kidney Foundation and American Nephrology Nurses' Association)
- Construction Material Processors Association (Australia)
- Construction Mécanique de Précision Auber (French industrial mechanics company)
- Contract Manufacturing & Packaging Association (Jackson, Tennessee)
- Corrugated Metal Pipe Arch
- Captive Motion Picture Audience of America
- Charlotte Mecklenburg Public Access Corporation
- Chinese Medicinal Plants Authentication Centre (Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew; Kew, UK)
- Complementary Medicine Practitioner Associations Council (Australia)
- Creative Ministries Performing Arts Center (Theater Company)
- Crapped My Pants A Little
- California Marine Protected Areas Network (marine information exchange)
- Client Managed Personal Attendant Services
- Consumer Managed Personal Assistant Services (United Way)
- California Milk Processor Board
Samples in periodicals archive:
Infants with cow's milk protein allergy, who are not breastfed, should receive a dietary product with highly reduced allergenicity based on extensively hydrolysed protein or, in selected cases, a product based on an amino acid mixture.
Exclusive breastfeeding in the first four months is believed to be effective in reducing the risk of subsequent development of allergic diseases, such as cow's milk protein allergy, dermatitis (skin allergy) and asthma.
The case discussed in this article (see Box 1) illustrates a typical presentation of cow's milk protein allergy (CMPA).
Cow's milk protein allergy and intolerance in infancy.