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Critical Care

Your ICU is in a constant race against the clock with the entire healthcare team working towards positive patient outcomes. The sicker the patient, the more you risk by delaying feeding. An unused GI tract is associated with compromised gut integrity, which can prolong the stress response and lead to increased disease severity.1

Nutrition can have a powerful effect on outcomes. When patients are at nutrition risk, their 30-day readmission rate is 50% higher.2 By giving patients specialized nutrition, you’ll protect the integrity of the GI tract,3 meaning fewer complications leading to decreased length of stay and avoidable readmissions.4-7

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Critical Care

Your ICU is in a constant race against the clock with the entire healthcare team working towards positive patient outcomes. The sicker the patient, the more you risk by delaying feeding. An unused GI tract is associated with compromised gut integrity, which can prolong the stress response and lead to increased disease severity.1

Nutrition can have a powerful effect on outcomes. When patients are at nutrition risk, their 30-day readmission rate is 50% higher.2 By giving patients specialized nutrition, you’ll protect the integrity of the GI tract,3 meaning fewer complications leading to decreased length of stay and avoidable readmissions.4-7

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Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) induced respiratory failure may be a consequence of the Covid-19 infection. Provision of critical care nutrition is an essential component of supportive measures used to treat mechanically ventilated patients. This program presented on April 3, 2020 outlines proposed nutritional management recommendations for the patient with SARS-CoV-2.

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