In this series, you’ll hear a panel of world-renowned experts discuss nutrition guidelines for caring for COVID-19 patients.
In this 11:53-minute podcast episode, Ana Avalos, MD, FAAP, reviews a Journal of Pediatrics article she co-authored, titled “High Level of Food Insecurity Among Families with Children Seeking Routine Care at Federally Qualified Health Centers during the Covid-19 Pandemic.”
Note: You can hear the recording in English or Spanish.
In this 18:55-minute podcast, Jyoti Benjamin, MS, RD, CSO, CD, FAND, and Annette Quinn, MSN, RN, discuss the roles each member of the multidisciplinary team can play in offering nutrition care for the oncology patient, both in normal times and through the lens of Covid-19. This podcast is a supplemental recording for ANHI’s 22 July 2020 webinar, “Oncology Nutrition: The Intersection of Evidence, Guidelines & Clinical Practice.”
In this 37:57-minute podcast, Mary Litchford, PhD, RDN, LDN, and Joyce Pittman, PhD, ANP-BC, FNP-BC, CWOCN, FAAN, discuss the 2019 care guidelines and how to apply them generally. They'll also spend some time looking at nutrition and pressure injuries through the lens of Covid-19. This podcast is a supplemental recording for ANHI’s 30 July 2020 webinar, "Nutrition Care for Pressure Injuries: Guidelines to Optimize Outcomes.”
In this 13-minute podcast episode, Dr Lars Bode, PhD, discusses the latest research on the components of human milk, focusing on HMOs and the role they play in neonatal nutrition, immunity, growth and development.
In this 26-minute podcast, Asif Ali, MD, discusses how telemedicine and virtual healthcare have quickly become important ways to help connect health care professionals and patients while addressing—and attempting to help reduce the spread of—Covid-19.
In this 33-minute podcast, Laura Matarese (PHD, RDN, LDN, CNSC, FADA, FASPEN, FAND), Gerry Mullin (MD, MS), and Refaat Hegazi (MD, PhD, MS, MPH, MBA), discuss the central role muscle plays in immunity, recovery and overall health, and how ingredients like HMB can help improve patient outcomes.
In this 25:00-minute podcast episode, Dr Suzette Pereira discusses how muscle mass can impact the health status and outcomes of severely ill patients, and how ingredients like HMB can support recovery.
In this 24:00-minute podcast episode, Prof Philipp Schütz, reviews the results of the recent EFFORT trial and its implications in the context of Covid-19. The landmark trial was published in Lancet in 2019 and it provides much needed new evidence on the power of nutrition.
In this 26:30-minute podcast episode, Robert Murray, MD, and Karyn Wulf, MD, MPH, discuss the importance of helping kids—and parents—maintain a balanced approach to nutrition, not just while sheltering in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19 infection, but anytime.
In this 21:00-minute podcast episode, Robert Murray, MD, and Karyn Wulf, MD, MPH, discuss strategies to help children use physical and social activity to help reduce stress and stay healthy while sheltering in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19 infection.
In this 11:43-minute podcast, nutrition support dietitian Ainsley Malone (MS, RDN, LD, CNSC, FAND, FASPEN) discusses the role hydration can play in addressing acute inflammatory distress in the wake of Covid-19.
In this podcast episode, Stephen McClave, MD, offers an insider view of how the SCCM/ASPEN nutrition therapy guidance for Covid-19 patients in the ICU came to be, and explains some of the highlights of these recommendations. Dr McClave was on the team of experts who co-authored this guidance.
In this podcast episode, pediatrician Karyn Wulf, MD, MPH, and new mother Courtney Krizek, offer a question and answer session on best practices for infant feeding in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic—or any time a nursing baby is hungry when mom isn’t feeling well.
In this podcast episode, David Evans, MD, FACS, and Paul Wischmeyer, MD, EDIC, discuss the role of nutrition and immunity for patients and practitioners fighting the novel coronavirus Covid-19 in the ICU.
In this 14-minute episode, Nicolaas Deutz, MD, PhD, discusses why older adults are more vulnerable during pandemics like COVID-19, and explains the preventative steps they and society can take to reduce the risk of falling ill, or to help combat the virus if they do. Dr Deutz focuses on the recommendations and best practices ESPEN—the European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism—recently published on the nutritional management of individuals with SARS-CoV-2 infection.
In this 16-minute episode, Nicolaas Deutz, MD, PhD, discusses the importance of an early and adequate approach to nutritional support over the healthcare continuum. Dr Deutz focuses on the recommendations and best practices ESPEN—the European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism—recently published on the nutritional management of individuals with SARS-CoV-2 infection.
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