Nutrition Support: Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition

Green Clock Hours: 12.00

Nutrition support is a varied and highly specialized field, requiring an increased level of knowledge by the nutrition care practitioner. This knowledge base comes with experience and staying up-to-date with evidence-based research. The current update of this course comes from a clinician with nearly two decades of[ nutrition support experience and provides the latest practical guidelines and evidence-based research and references, including methods of nutrition assessment, an overview of enteral and parenteral regimens, and guidelines for the nutrition support of patients. Chapters include nutrition support of disease-specific conditions such as critical illness, obesity and diabetes, kidney disease, liver disease, cancer, and transition to home care. Topics such as determining energy and protein needs, preventing and treating hyperglycemia, immunonutrition, preventing aspiration pneumonia, feeding the critically ill patient, and preventing complications are covered. This course reflects the latest thinking in clinical practice and uses case studies and review questions as learning tools.


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Course Description

Nutrition support is a varied and highly specialized field, requiring an increased level of knowledge by the nutrition care practitioner. This knowledge base comes with experience and staying up-to-date with evidence-based research. The current update of this course comes from a clinician with nearly two decades of[ nutrition support experience and provides the latest practical guidelines and evidence-based research and references, including methods of nutrition assessment, an overview of enteral and parenteral regimens, and guidelines for the nutrition support of patients. Chapters include nutrition support of disease-specific conditions such as critical illness, obesity and diabetes, kidney disease, liver disease, cancer, and transition to home care. Topics such as determining energy and protein needs, preventing and treating hyperglycemia, immunonutrition, preventing aspiration pneumonia, feeding the critically ill patient, and preventing complications are covered. This course reflects the latest thinking in clinical practice and uses case studies and review questions as learning tools.


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