I don't know why they use the word 'Maltodextran' instead of maltodextrin either. It is very peculiar, I have never seen it spelled like that. If it's an alternate spelling, it's one I have never seen.
They should also specify what they mean when they say maltodextrin, maltodextrins vary greatly in DE index, there is not one type of maltodextrin.
Regardless. All EN use maltodextrin (glucose syrup) as a base, to suggest crohn's disease patients should not be exposed to maltodextrin implies that crohn's disease patients should stop using EN. Something I disagree with.
Again, I disagree strongly with these suggestions, they go against the data we have on FODMAP intolerance and they go against the clinical benefts EN have shown in crohn's disease patients, which is wholly based on maltodextrin.