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Impaired 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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Impaired 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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Impaired GI Function
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Nutritional Management of the Medically-Complex Pediatric Outpatient Receiving Food-Based Tube Feeding.

This presentation focuses on the efficacy of real food-based tube feeding formulas through a review of the recent literature, highlighting the results of a recent tolerance study, and providing a case-based approach to describe pediatric patients with impaired GI function who demonstrated positive outcomes from receiving this type of formula.

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This program presented on October 18, 2019 during NASPGHAN focuses on the evidence supporting nutrition interventions for induction of remission in patients with Crohn’s Disease. Hear the latest evidence supporting the use of the novel Crohn’s Disease Exclusion Diet (CDED) for children with mild to moderate CD, as well as the body of evidence supporting exclusive enteral nutrition (EEN).

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This program presented on October 18, 2019 during NASPGHAN focuses on the evidence supporting nutrition interventions for induction of remission in patients with Crohn’s Disease. Hear the latest evidence supporting the use of the novel Crohn’s Disease Exclusion Diet (CDED) for children with mild to moderate CD, as well as the body of evidence supporting exclusive enteral nutrition (EEN).

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