Innovative Approaches to Preventing and Treating Gastrointestinal Intolerance in the Intensive Care Unit
Course Description:In this course, Kelly Tappenden, PhD, RDN will review the prevalence and clinical indicators of gastrointestinal (GI) intolerance in critical care patients; discuss the impact of GI intolerance on clinical outcomes; and summarize evidence-based approaches to preventing and treating GI intolerance.
- Run Time: 49
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Kelly Tappenden, PhD, RDN
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