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GI Function

A compromised gut can cause poor outcomes. GI dysfunction and intolerance can compromise patients’ comfort and outcomes, and result in calorie or protein malnutrition. Adequate nutrient provision is dependent on use of an enteral nutrition formula that is well-tolerated and absorbed.
 
GI disorders can cause nutritional challenges. Depending on the severity of the condition, intake and digestion of nutrients can be challenging. Whether a patient has impaired GI function from a chronic or acute condition, enteral feeding success is dependent on the formula being well-tolerated and absorbed.

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GI Function

A compromised gut can cause poor outcomes. GI dysfunction and intolerance can compromise patients’ comfort and outcomes, and result in calorie or protein malnutrition. Adequate nutrient provision is dependent on use of an enteral nutrition formula that is well-tolerated and absorbed.
 
GI disorders can cause nutritional challenges. Depending on the severity of the condition, intake and digestion of nutrients can be challenging. Whether a patient has impaired GI function from a chronic or acute condition, enteral feeding success is dependent on the formula being well-tolerated and absorbed.

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Learning Objectives:
1. Explain recently published real world evidence on the clinical and health economic outcomes of utilizing commercially blenderized formulas for tube-fed children and adults.
2. Describe at least two examples of how this recent data will change clinical practice.
3. Apply learnings through a case-based approach to identify how and when to utilize commercially blenderized formulas with tube fed patients.

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Course Objectives:
1. Identify criteria for recommending a food-based tube feeding formula
2. Describe the latest publications and real-world evidence supporting the efficacy of blended tube feeding formulas
3. Learn how to enhance your patient engagement skills to implement a successful food-based tube feeding regimen with patients
4. Apply key learnings through a case-based study approach

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In this presentation, a multidisciplinary panel consisting of a physician assistant specializing in pediatric neurological impairment and complex GI disorders, a dietitian specializing in adult home enteral nutrition support and a pediatric gastroenterologist address evidence and current experience with food-based tube feeding formulas for their patients receiving tube feeding.

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