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Survey of Nutrition Management Practices in Centers for Pediatric Intestinal Rehabilitation.

Nutrition management of pediatric intestinal failure (IF) requires interdisciplinary coordination of parenteral nutrition (PN) and enteral nutrition (EN) support. Nutrition strategies used by specialists in pediatric intestinal rehabilitation to promote gut adaptation and manage complications have not been previously summarized.


Noncompliance/Nonadherence With Home Nutrition Support: An Underrecognized Clinical Dilemma.

Failure to administer enteral nutrition, intravenous fluids, and/or parenteral nutrition solutions can have deleterious effects on patients who have been prescribed such therapies. However, it is not well understood why patients requiring nutrition support would be noncompliant or nonadherent to these often life-benefiting therapies. This article explores these issues in a large home nutrition support population.

Current Status of and Recommendations for Nutrition Education in Gastroenterology Fellowship Training in Canada.

Knowledge and skill in the area of nutrition are a key competency for the gastroenterologist. However, standards for nutrition education for gastroenterology fellows in Canada do not exist, and gastroenterologists in training and in practice do not feel confident in their knowledge or skill as it relates to nutrition. This study was undertaken to identify the current status of nutrition education in gastroenterology (GI) fellowship training programs in Canada and to provide insight into the development of n...


Nutrition Screening vs Nutrition Assessment: What's the Difference?

Screening and assessment imply different processes, with the former indicating risk factors for a deprived nutrition condition and the latter providing the nutrition diagnosis. Both should be routinely performed at hospital admission according to recommended guidelines; however, this is not the reality worldwide, and undernutrition remains highly prevalent in the hospital setting. Therefore, the objective of the current review is to delve into the principles leading to nutrition status deficiencies and how ...

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Nutrition Practice Guideline for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes in Adults: Nutrition Intervention Evidence Reviews and Recommendations.

Nutrition of Polymorbid Patients - Data or Opinions?

Polymorbidity and old age are rather the rule than the exception in hospitalised patients. Malnutrition is common in such patients and should be identified by appropriate screening and assessment measures in order to devise a nutrition plan and act accordingly. Unlike in the UK or The Netherlands, malnutrition screening and nutrition teams are not mandatory for German hospitals. Malnutrition and, in particular, sarcopenia are indicators of a nutrition associated risk or increased morbidity and mortality. Ma...

Intermittent versus continuous feeding in critically ill adults.

Early enteral nutrition is recommended in critically ill adult patients. The optimal method of administering enteral nutrition remains unknown. Continuous enteral nutrition administration in critically ill patients remains the most common practice worldwide; however, its practice has recently been called into question in favor of intermittent enteral nutrition administration, where volume is infused multiple times per day. This review will outline the key differences between continuous and intermittent ente...

Data mining: Potential applications in research on nutrition and health.

Data mining enables further insights from nutrition-related research, but caution is required. The aim of this analysis was to demonstrate and compare the utility of data mining methods in classifying a categorical outcome derived from a nutrition-related intervention.

Monitoring Nutrition in Critical Illness: What Can We Use?

Nutrition monitoring in the context of critical care presents unique challenges. Traditionally used anthropometric and biochemical markers may be difficult to obtain or confounded by factors such as fluid status and the inflammatory response. A previous survey identified 15 parameters in common use, all of which have confounding influences during critical illness.

Clinical nutrition in primary care: An evaluation of resident physicians' attitudes and self-perceived proficiency.

There is little information regarding the impact of clinical nutrition training among medical residents. We aimed to evaluate the attitudes, self-perceived proficiency and knowledge of Swiss residents regarding clinical nutrition.

Guidance for supplemental enteral nutrition across patient populations.

Enteral nutrition is preferred over parenteral nutrition as a result of the greater safety of enteral nutrition therapy and comparative convenience. A wide variety of enteral nutrition products have been developed, including disease-specific products to help manage the nutritional needs of patients with kidney failure, liver failure, lung disease, diabetes, and other conditions. An assessment of each patient's nutritional needs and digestive function should be conducted prior to initiation of enteral nutrit...

Who does nutrition prevention work in Queensland? An investigation of structural and political workforce reforms.

This study aimed (i) to determine the change in the number of government-funded nutrition positions following structural and political reforms and (ii) to describe the remaining workforce available to do nutrition prevention work, including student placements, in Queensland.

Resources for the Provision of Nutrition Support to Children in Educational Environments.

The use of nutrition support outside of institutional settings has contributed to maintaining the health, well-being, and nutrition status of many medically complex children. As these children grow and enter educational settings, there is a need for awareness of the care that these children require for nutrition support therapy. This document is designed to raise awareness to these needs, provide best practice educational resources for those involved in the supervision or provision of nutrition support to c...

Medical Nutrition Therapy for Pediatric Kidney Stone Prevention, Part 3: Cystinuria.

The DASH Pilot Project: Developing Community-Based Nutrition Education for Older Adults.

Nutrition-related chronic health conditions among older adults are a growing concern. Thus, it is important to develop nutrition interventions designed to prevent chronic conditions from occurring and/or progressing. As part of the current study, education nutrition education materials were created for use in Georgia senior centers by graduate nutrition students at Georgia State University. After the nutrition education class, focus groups were conducted with participants (n = 62) to obtain feedback on th...

Nutrition Care in Patients With Head and Neck or Esophageal Cancer: The Patient Perspective.

Patients with head/neck or esophageal (HNE) cancer are likely to develop malnutrition throughout the course of their disease and its treatment. Although nutrition care is considered a cornerstone of disease management, clinical practices to treat malnutrition vary. The objective of this qualitative study is to understand the patients' experiences with nutrition care in the context of their treatment and recovery.

Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition-From Hospital to Home: Will It Be Covered?

With scientific advances allowing for the safe delivery of parenteral and enteral nutrition in the home setting, challenges have risen with determining how this will be financially feasible for patients. In the United States, the government is one of the major payers for home parenteral and enteral nutrition (HPEN). Thus, it is important for nutrition providers to have an understanding of the Medicare criteria that must be met in order for these services to be covered. It can be difficult for clinicians to ...

Combining 2 Commonly Adopted Nutrition Instruments in the Critical Care Setting Is Superior to Administering Either One Alone.

This study aimed to determine the agreement between the modified Nutrition Risk in Critically ill Score (mNUTRIC) and the Subjective Global Assessment (SGA) and compare their ability in discriminating and quantifying mortality risk independently and in combination.

Association Between the 7-Day Moving Average for Nutrition and Growth in Very Low Birth Weight Infants.

Very low birth weight (VLBW) infants remain at risk for postnatal growth restriction. Clinicians may have difficulty identifying growth patterns resulting from nutrition interventions, impeding prompt management changes intended to increase growth velocity. This study aimed to quantify the association between growth and nutrition intake through 7-day moving averages (SDMAs).

Early Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy Improves Nutrition Delivery in Neonates During Extracorporeal Life Support.

Optimizing nutrition in neonatal patients as soon as possible after extracorporeal life support (ECLS) initiation is imperative as malnutrition can worsen both short- and long-term outcomes. Fluid restriction, used to manage the fluid overload that commonly complicates neonatal ECLS, severely impairs nutrition delivery. Continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) can be used to help manage fluid overload. We hypothesize that early CRRT utilization ameliorates the need for fluid restriction and allows provid...

Algorithm on enteral nutrition in chronic kidney disease.

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Nutrition for physically active older person.

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