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The increasing size and longevity of the geriatric patient population dictates that all health care practitioners become more cognizant ofthe unique requirements for nutritional assessment and support of the elderly. This review summarizes recent advances in the understanding of the nutrition...
The treatment of eating disorders requires the expertise of a multidisciplinary team. This case presents the psychologic and physiologic challenges observed in managing these patients. Attention must be directed toward the use of techniques to obtain a commitment from patients to meet a...
Monitoring of total parenteral nutrition (TPN) by drug use evaluation appears to be a reasonable approach to characterizing use of parenteral nutrition within an institution. Development of specific criteria for use of TPN may be difficult because of the broad nature of published guidelines....
Pediatric patients now survive and thrive because of advancements made in nutrition support. Growth and development is of paramount importance in this population and adequate nutrition is necessary. Growth of premature infants receiving nutrition support mirrors intrauterine rates. Survival...
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