Last updated on May 2016

Evaluation of Safety and Efficacy of New Infant Formula in Infantile Colic


Brief description of study

The study is conducted to examine the safety and efficacy of a new infant formula and its effects on the gastrointestinal tolerance in infants suffering from colic. Primary hypothesis to be tested is: an infant formula with optimized composition improves colicky symptoms compared to a standard formula.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT01721850

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Joseph Zakarian, Dr

Pediatric Office
Düsseldorf, Germany
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Ulrich Behre, Dr

Pediatric Office
Kehl, Germany
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Jürgen Hower, Dr

Pediatric Office
Mühlheim an der Ruhr, Germany
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Christina Hecht

Pediatric office
Alba, Italy
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Nella Fantino, Dr.

Pediatric office
Borgone, Italy
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Pietro Lerro, Dr.

Pediatric office
Carmagnola, Italy
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Christina Hecht

Pediatric Office
Condove, Italy
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Christina Hecht

Pediatric office
Crescentino, Italy
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Christina Hecht

Pediatric Office
Cuorgne, Italy
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Christina Hecht

Pediatric Office
Grugliasco, Italy
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Christina Hecht

Pediatric Office
Leini, Italy
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Stefano Mura, Dr.

Pediatric office
Mondovi, Italy
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Christina Hecht

Pediatric Office
Piossasco, Italy
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Christina Hecht

Pediatric Office
San Maurizio Canavese, Italy
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Lina Gaggero, Dr.

Pediatric office
San Mauro Torinese, Italy
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Christina Hecht

Pediatric Office
San Mauro Torinese, Italy
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Christina Hecht

Pediatric Office
Settimo Torinese, Italy
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Christina Hecht

Pediatric Office
Torino, Italy
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Patrizia Caristo, Dr.

Pediatric office
Torino, Italy
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Christina Hecht

Pediatric office
Venaria, Italy
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Christina Hecht

Pediatric Office
Volpiano, Italy
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Christina Hecht

Pediatric Office
Volvera, Italy
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