02Healthcare professionals

Hospital and general pharmacy can order Infloran from these pharmaceutical wholesalers.
Healthcare practitioners can also access batch testing results and clinical data supporting the use of Infloran®

Practitioner Access

03Where to Find Infloran®

You can order Infloran® directly online or ask your pharmacy to order it in for you.
Available also from these online pharmacies.
SuperPharmacy Plus     The Natural Chemist   David Jones Pharmacy

Dispensary locator

What Makes Infloran® Different

Probiotic products differ in terms of their bacterial strains, clinical evidence and level of manufacture.

In 2012 a team from Sydney’s Nepean Hospital embarked on finding a suitable probiotic for preterm infants.
Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus are the predominant bacterial species found in healthy breastfed infants and their health benefits are well documented. 

Despite testing many probiotics, a suitable product could not be found and an overseas proven probiotic, Infloran1 was carefully selected.

The principle was to supplement with a probiotic to help colonise the gut with beneficial bacteria, support immune function and assist with healthy digestion.
Infloran® is today found in many Australian Hospitals, a testament to its quality, safety and clinical efficacy.

Probiotic Quality Testing Protocol, first developed by Nepean Neonatal Intensive Care has been adopted as part of our routine Quality Assurance.
Every batch of Infloran® is examined to ensure it meets these high standards.

1Deshpande G, Shingde V, Downe L, et al 1382 Introducing Routine Probiotics for Preterm Neonates – Nepean Hospital Sydney Australia Approach
Archives of Disease in Childhood 2012;97:A393.


Infloran® Carefully selected in these Hospitals

Northern Territory Royal Darwin Hospital
Western Australia Fiona Stanley Hospital
New South Wales Royal North Shore
Royal Hospital for Women
Nepean Hospital
Liverpool Hospital
Westmead Hospital
John Hunter – Newcastle
Victoria Royal Children’s Hospital
Royal Hospital for Women
Monash Health
Mercy Hospital for Women
Western Health
Queensland Mater Hospital
Townsville Hospital
Gold Coast Hospital
Maryborough Hospital
Sunshine Coast Hospital
South Australia The Women’s and Children’s
Flinders Medical Centre
Tasmania Royal Hospital Hobart


Infloran® – Nepean Hospital 2012

    How to use Infloran with infants and babies

Infloran®   Carefully selected for your child’s first 1000 days

The first 1000 days are crucial for shaping our microbiome.
Influenced by many factors including prematurity, mode of delivery, environment, antibiotic use and diet this diverse microbial community plays a pivotal role in our health for our entire lives.

The gut microbiota of a healthy infant is populated predominately with Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus species. They help balance and restore intestinal bacterial flora, preventing colonization by pathogens, improving the maturity and function of gut mucosal barrier and modulating the immune system.
If this microbial community becomes disturbed, often referred to as dysbiosis it can present with many symptoms.

Infloran® – a probiotic previously only found in Australia’s Neonatal Units was carefully selected for its high level manufacture; taxonomy of strains and ability to alter health outcomes and is now available in pharmacy.

Infloran® is used for:

  • helping to restore beneficial intestinal flora and diversity
  • supports beneficial intestinal bowel flora during and after antibiotic use
  • supports gastrointestinal immune function
  • promotes and enhances healthy digestive system function
  • helps reduce and relieve diarrhoea

The principles for probiotic administration are well established. Selecting the appropriate probiotic was a step wise approach taken by the hospital units and based on a number of factors.
Infloran® – was carefully selected for

  • high level manufacture
  • certificate of sterility from manufacturer
  • taxonomy of strains and colony count
  • QA testing with every batch of Infloran
  • rule out contaminants
  • antibiotic sensitivity

As a patient or parent, you can be assured of a high quality probiotic and demonstrated ability to alter health outcomes.

The active substance of Infloran®:

1 billion CFU lyophilized Bifidobacterium bifidum NCDO 2203 and 1 billion CFU lyophilized Lactobacillus acidophilus NCDO 1748
Refer to the Patient Information Leaflet (PIL) for complete list of ingredients

How to take:

Adults and children: 1 capsule 3 times a day. Swallow with small amount of liquid (cold or lukewarm), three times a day, before meals.
Infants: 1 capsule 3 times a day or as directed by your doctor. Open the capsule and pour contents into a small amount of liquid (cold or lukewarm). It is recommended to take the preparation soon after. It may be added to breast milk or formula.

Infloran® presentation: capsule – blister sealed. Importantly this ensures optimal sterility and precise dosage.

Always read the label and use only as directed.
If Symptoms persist or recur, talk to your healthcare practitioner.
Seek medical advice if diarrhoea persists for more than: 6 hours in infants under 6 months, 12 hours in children under 3 years, 24 hours in children aged 3-6 years or 48 hours in adults and children over 6 years.