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Enteral Nutrition Objectives

Enteral Nutrition Objectives - LESSON ENTERAL NUTRITION...

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LESSON: ENTERAL NUTRITION Assigned Reading: Nelms: chap. 7, pp 149-167 (Methods of Nutrition Support) and chap 23, pp 737-739 (aspiration pneumonia in Diseases of the Respiratory System Ross Medical Nutritional System: Enteral Nutrition Handbook Suggested Reading: Taylor & Mazuski: Enteral Access Devices & Placement Techniques Plonk; To PEG or Not To PEG Lefton: Gastric Versus Small Bowel Feeding in the Critically Ill: Which is Better? Malone: Enteral Formula Selection: a Review of Selected Product Categories Beyer: Complications of Enteral Nutrition Additional Reading: Harkness: The history of enteral nutrition therapy Handouts Situations Requiring Artificial Feeding Techniques Indications/Contraindications for Use of Enteral Nutrition Benefits and Complications of Feeding Tubes Classification of Enteral Formulas Guidelines for Monitoring Tube Fed Patients Nutrition Care Planning – Tube Feeding Sample Enteral Nutrition Order Form Nutrition Care Planning – Transition from TF to Oral
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