ASSESSING THE CLINICAL APPLICABILITY OF MALNUTRITION BIOMARKERS

Abbott Nutrition Roundtable June 8, 2016, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Hear from Zdeněk Zadák

Can a single blood biomarker diagnose malnutrition? Prof Zadák explains that the diagnosis of malnutrition is very complex, nutrition education for physicians is suboptimal, and there is further need for new diagnostic methods, new nutritional formulas, and accelerating research to clinical application.

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