Evaluation of the Effect of an Specific Oral Nutritional Supplement on the Nutritional Status in Cancer and Malnutrition

2019-12-09 00:56:26 | BioPortfolio


Effect of a specific nutritional oral supplement on the nutritional status of patients with cancer and malnutrition


Multicentric, parallel, randomized, double blind and controlled clinical-nutritional study of 8 weeks of duration and 2 study groups of treatment: Experimental group (experimental nutritional oral supplement); and Control group (control nutritional oral supplement) to evaluate the effect on the nutritional and functional status, the quality of life and body composition of patients with cancer and malnutrition undergoint specficic treatment (chemotherapy, radiotherapy, inmunotherapy).

Study Design




Experimental Group, Control Group


Institute for Health Research IdiPAZ


Active, not recruiting


Instituto de Investigación Hospital Universitario La Paz

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