Managing cows’ milk protein allergy


  • Infant feeding: managing cows’ milk protein allergy
  • Learning objectives
  • Understanding CMPA
  • Recognising the symptoms of CMPA
  • Managing diagnosed CMPA
  • Choosing a specialist formula
  • Reintroduction of cows’ milk
  • Learning scenario
  • References
  • Post-Test
  • Action & Evaluation

Infant feeding: managing cows’ milk protein allergy

Cows’ milk protein allergy (CMPA) is an immune-mediated allergic response to milk proteins, and is the second most common childhood food allergy in the modern world, after egg allergy.1,2 This module will help you understand this condition better so that you can effectively spot the symptoms to aid early diagnosis and support parents whose children suffer from CMPA.


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