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Nutrition in the STICU: Why and How?
Taught by
Phillip J. Prest, DO, FACOS, FACS
Phillip J. Prest, DO, FACOS, FACS
Assistant Professor, Clinical Surgery, University of South Carolina School of Medicine
Duration
56
min
Date

About this Webinar

This program presented on January 9, 2020 describes the physiological response to trauma and the importance of early enteral immunonutrition (IM) that is well tolerated. Enhance your knowledge with real world evidence showing the application of a volume-based feeding (VBF) protocol to improve adequacy and clinical outcomes in the surgical/trauma ICU patient.

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