PASI stands for BMS (ASI), and generally in the form of milk formula. PASI is a baby food to meet the nutritional needs for growth and development. PASI can be given in circumstances where the baby should be separated from his mother, for example if the mother is seriously ill or infectious. In such circumstances, the baby can be provided PASI according to the instructions your doctor or health worker.
PASI way to give to the baby should use in retailing PASI dose corresponding to the labels on cans or packs PASI. The water used to dilute the PASI is water that has been cooked to a boil. Equipment used to dilute and give PASI should also be rinsed with hot or boiling water.
Besides giving PASI, other complementary foods should also be given to meet the nutritional needs of the baby. However, there are some disadvantages due to the provision for babies PASI, among others:
Babies do not gain immunity substances that exist in breast milk so it can increase the risk of infection
Threat of malnutrition if not in accordance with the instructions given on the use of PASI
Threat of obesity when given in excess PASI
Babies tend to be more susceptible to diarrhea and allergies
The possibility of the growth of the mouth, jaw, and teeth are not good
Reduce the bond of love between mother and child which ultimately can affect the mental development of the baby