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This prospective, observational, multi-center study will follow children with cerebral palsy who decided to switch to an enteral product that contains partially hydrolyzed protein and medium chain triglycerides as a result of clinical symptoms/diagnosis of gastrointestinal intolerance.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
1 Year to 12 Years (Child)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Study population will be composed of patients aged 1-12 and under follow-up in participating study centers in Turkey.
Diagnosis of cerebral palsy
Fed with an enteral product that does not contain partially hydrolyzed protein and medium chain triglycerides and decided to be switched to an enteral product contains partially hydrolyzed protein and medium chain triglycerides as a result of clinical symptoms/diagnosis of gastrointestinal intolerance
Fed by tube, using enteral tube feeding as sole source of nutrition
A signed and dated informed consent by subject's legally acceptable representative
Chronic diseases other than cerebral palsy (e.g. diabetes mellitus, renal, liver, endocrine diseases, malignancy)
Requirement of artificial ventilation
Requirement of parenteral nutrition
Normal nutrition in addition to enteral tube feeding
Allergy or intolerance to any ingredient of the study product
Currently participating in another clinical or non-clinical study