About this Webinar
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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