Discover more on the importance of nourishing muscle and its
effect on clinical outcomes and controlling healthcare costs.
World-renowned thought leaders in pediatric growth assessment and nutritional intervention present their research findings, insights, and expert opinions on: growth assessment and monitoring, growth faltering across the globe and risk assessment, musculoskeletal development and growth, molecular regulation of the growth plate, and malnutrition and dietary intervention.
Can biomarkers of malnutrition effectively identify patients who will benefit from nutrition support? Renowned experts discuss strengths and limitations of nutrition screening and assessment tools in clinical practice, as well as the future of clinical malnutrition biomarkers based on emerging research.
Doug Paddon-Jones, PhD The University of Texas Medical Branch
Muscle loss over time is often not a slow, gradual process, but can occur more episodically, due to occasional injuries or periods...
Rose Ann DiMaria-Ghalili, PhD, RN, CNSC, Drexel University College
Rose Ann DiMaria-Ghalili describes several key traits nurses can look for as potential warning signs of sarcopenia
Marion Winkler, PhD, RD, LDN, CNSC Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital
Marion Winkler of Alpert Medical School shares her thoughts on how to working more effectively with physicians.
Jeffrey Halter, MD Professor of Internal Medicine Chief, Division of Geriatric Medicine Director, Geriatrics Center and Institute of Gerontology University of Michigan
If possible, physicians should look at a patient’s weight and body mass history as a determining factor for how to treat each pati...
Kari Ryan, PhD, RD, Abbott Nutrition R&D, Ohio, USA
The top trends in foods are “clean/clear” labels, natural processing, and whole or real foods. In healthcare, the consumer’s desir...