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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.
Marian A.E. de van der Schueren, PhD, RD
Although malnutrition prevalence rates are lower among community dwelling persons compared to hospitalized patients, the absolute ...
Robert Murray, MD, The Ohio State University, Department of Human Nutrition, USA
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Carla Prado, PhD, RD Associate Faculty, College of Human Sciences, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, USA
The presentation emphasizes the importance of malnutrition on oncology treatment, the value of nutritional assessment and the need...
Barry J. Make, MD National Jewish Health, Denver, CO, USA Co-Director, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Program Director, Pulmonary Rehab and Respiratory Care
COPD phenotypes are defined by using the presence and severity of airflow limitation, with COPD clinical practice guidelines defin...
Tomas Philipson, PhD, University of Chicago, Public Policy Studies, Precision Health Economics, USA
Malnourished patients face a heightened risk of poor outcomes, including increased length of stay, higher rates of complications a...
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