Join us for an in-depth look at the unique clinical benefits and mechanism of feeding Evivo to infants in the NICU. Our speakers will cover published research on the strain superiority of activated B. infantis EVC001, the specific strain of bacteria used in Evivo, as well as clinical outcomes observed with hospital use of Evivo.
Attendees will receive complimentary dinner delivered through Grubhub. Details upon RSVP.
Dr. Fitzgerald trained at Loyola Medical Center in Chicago for pediatrics and neonatology and then went on to co-found DuPage Neonatology Associates, an academic, private practice group in Chicago. Dr. Fitzgerald continues to practice neonatology full time, has become a nationally and internationally recognized expert on infant nutrition, and is frequently asked to speak at the local, national, and international level.
Dr. Scottoline trained at Stanford Hospital and University School of Medicine, where he also received his Ph.D. He is a practicing Neonatologist at Oregon Health & Science University Doernbecher Children’s Hospital and has authored numerous scientific publications in leading pediatric and medical journals.
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*B. infantis EVC001 out-performs other commercially-available B. infantis strains lacking important functions of the H5 cluster
* excluding Alaska , Hawaii and interternational
Evivo, a live beneficial bacteria, is shipped 2-day delivery in an insulated cool-pack to maximize time spent at extreme temperatures. But don’t worry, Evivo will withstand a wide range of temperatures through the hottest and coldest seasons!
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