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(Protein Energy Malnutrition)
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  • Ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) for home-based nutritional rehabilitation of severe acute malnutrition in children from six months to five years of age. [Review]
  • CDCochrane Database Syst Rev 2019 May 15; 5:CD009000
  • Schoonees A, Lombard MJ, … Volmink J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Compared to alternative dietary approaches, standard RUTF probably improves recovery and may increase rate of weight gain slightly, but the effects on relapse and mortality are unknown. Standard RUTF meeting total daily nutritional requirements may improve recovery and relapse compared to a similar RUTF given as a supplement to the usual diet, but the effects on mortality and rate of weight gain are not clear. When comparing RUTFs with different formulations, the current evidence does not favour a particular formulation, except for relapse, which is reduced with standard RUTF. Well-designed, adequately powered, pragmatic RCTs with standardised outcome measures, stratified by HIV status, and that include diarrhoea as an outcome, are needed.
  • Nutrition in the acute phase of illness. [Journal Article]
  • VLVnitr Lek 2019; 65(3):219-226
  • Novák F
  • Recent research of nutrition in the acute phase has brought up important findings regarding high protein and energy administration in critical illness with suggested adverse outcomes in catabolic pat…
  • Dietary Practice among the Patients with End Stage Renal Disease undergoing Maintenance Haemodialysis. [Journal Article]
  • JJJNMA J Nepal Med Assoc 2018 Sep-Oct; 56(213):830-836
  • Dulal SL, Thakurathi MT, … Raut KB
  • CONCLUSIONS: Considerable limited knowledge (medium) and practices (low) scores were found. Had they have taken adequate dietician's support, they might have taken right kind and right amounts of foods and benefitted in controlling potassium, phosphate and protein at the recommended level. Plant-based diet could assist in end stage renal disease in a number of ways: an edge of protection against diet cost, reduce inter-related co-morbidities or complications (hypertension and diabetes).
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