Aminoven® Infant 10%

Aminoven® Infant 10%

Amino acid solution for parenteral nutrition of pediatric patients


  • Well-balanced amino acid pattern specifically designed for infants
  • Contains 52% essential amino acids and 30% branched chain amino acids
  • Without electrolytes and carbohydrates
  • Contains taurine, an essential amino acid for neonates

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  • Meet the special amino acid requirements of neonates
  • Special amino acid that meet the metabolic demands for branch chain amino acid, tyrosin and cysteine
  • Well-balanced mixture of essential and non-essential amino acids
  • A broad range of mixing data available on request
  • reduce the amount of phenylalanine and methionine
  • supplies taurine
  • Important for many physiological process as CNS development, modulation of calcuim flux, essential for retinal development and enhance of bile acid and bile flow


  • Amino acid solution for parenteral nutrition of infants
  • The amino acid (AA) content is 100 g/l
  • The nitrogen (N) content is 14.9 g/l


  • 10% amino acid solution for partial parenteral nutrition of infants (preterm and newborns, babies) and young children
  • Together with corresponding amounts of carbohydrates and fat as energy donors, vitamins, electrolytes and trace elements, the solution may serve for total parenteral nutrition

Packaging / Dosage


Glass bottles 100 ml, 250 ml

Dosage / Administration:

Please refer to the nationally registered and approved "Product Information".

Product Information

If you require any information, please contact Egypt office.

Please refer to the registered and approved SmPC. ​


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AJCN American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Annual Review of Nutrition

Clinical Nutrition Journal

JPGN Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition

NBJ Nutrition Business Journal

SAJCN The South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition

The Journal of Nutrition


ASN American Society for Nutrition

ASPEN American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition

AuSPEN Australian Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition

BAPEN The British Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition

ESPEN European Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition

FEMS Federation of European Microbiological Societies

IAPEN Indian Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition

SASPEN South African Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition

SFNEP Société Francophone de Nutrition Entérale et Parentérale

SINPE Società Italiana di Nutrizione Parenterale ed Enterale

SSNC Swiss Society of Clinical Nutrition