Differences in resource utilization between patients with diabetes receiving glycemia-targeted specialized nutrition vs standard nutrition formulas in U.S. hospitals.

Osama Hamdy, MD, PhD ; Frank R. Ernst, PharmD, MS ; Dorothy Baumer, MS ; Vikkie Mustad, PhD ; Jamie Partridge, PhD, MBA ; and Refaat Hegazi, MD, PhD, MPH, MS

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