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. Méthode, Ce circuit comporte, après recueil soigneux, une pasteurisation au lactarium Avant et à l'issue de cette pasteurisation, un échantillon est prélevé à destination du laboratoire pour vérification de la conformité bactériologique du pool de lait stérilisé. Nous mesurerons la composition du lait maternel au laboratoire, en même temps que l'échantillon prélevé en routine pour le contrôle bactériologique. La technique de mesure ne nécessite qu'1 ml de lait

. Pour-cette-Étude, les mamans des enfants hospitalisés, et dont le lait doit être pasteurisé au Lactarium, se seront vues proposer de participer au projet Une information leur sera délivrée et leur non-opposition recueillie. Elles bénéficieront d'une enquête nutritionnelle de routine réalisée lors d'un entretien avec une des diététiciennes de la Maternité Régionale