ANHI September 2020 Nutrition Research Review

Publish Date: 16 September 2020
Author(s): ANHI Team

Abstract:

In the ANHI September 2020 Nutrition Research Review, you’ll see summaries of these journal-published articles:

  • Malnutrition Prevalence and Burden on Healthcare Resource Use Among Spanish Community-Living Older Adults: Results of a Longitudinal Analysis
  • Nutrition of the COVID-19 patient in the intensive care unit (ICU): A practical guidance
  • Economic benefit of dietetic-nutritional treatment in the multidisciplinary primary care team
  • Use of standardized body composition measurements and malnutrition screening tools to detect malnutrition risk and predict clinical outcomes in children with chronic conditions
  • Current Practices Using Pediatric Malnutrition Indicators: A Survey of Dietitians Working in Pediatrics
  • High Level of Food Insecurity among Families with Children Seeking Routine Care at Federally Qualified Health Centers during the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Low protein intake and higher mortality among older community-dwelling men
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