ANHI MAY 2020 NUTRITION RESEARCH REVIEW

Publish Date: 8 May 2020
Author(s): ANHI Team

Abstract:

ANHI MAY NUTRITION RESEARCH REVIEW

In this edition of the ANHI Nutrition Research Review, you’ll read about:

  • The impact that a patient's admission inflammatory status has with their response to nutritional support
  • A comparison of complication rates for enteral and parenteral nutrition in cancer patients
  • A secondary analysis of the EFFORT trial on economic evaluation of individualized nutritional support in medical inpatients
  • A two-year study of children in the United States designed to critically examine the ability of the MUACz to classify nutrition status
  • Current evidence regarding definition, diagnostic criteria, prevalence, and clinical outcomes associated with sarcopenia
  • A comparison of the metabolic benefits of diabetes-specific formulas (DSF) high in monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) with standard formulas (STDF)
  • ESPEN guidance for nutritional management of individuals with sars-cov-2 infection
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