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Best-Practice Nutrition Care Improves Patient Outcomes and Lowers Costs of Care »
Calorie Replacements: A Useful Tool to Support a Diabetes Weight Management Plan »
Clinical and Economic Outcomes of Nutrition Interventions across the Continuum of Care »
Collaborative Nutrition Initiatives Promote enhanced Patient Outcomes »
Diabetes-specific nutrition algorithm: a transcultural program to optimize diabetes and prediabetes care »
Differences in resource utilization between patients with diabetes receiving glycemia-targeted specialized nutrition vs standard nutrition formulas in U.S. hospitals. »
Hospital Dysglycemia and the Importance of Nutrition Therapy »
Hospital Malnutrition: Assessment and Intervention Methods »
Improving Outcomes in Chronic Diseases with Specialized Nutrition Intervention »
Malnutrition in Hospitalized Asian Seniors »
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