Refeeding Syndrome: A Case Study | 1 CPEU

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  • Refeeding Syndrome: A Case Study | 1 CPEU
  • Refeeding Syndrome: A Case Study | 1 CPEU
  • Refeeding Syndrome: A Case Study | 1 CPEU
  • Refeeding Syndrome: A Case Study | 1 CPEU

Refeeding Syndrome: A Case Study | 1 CPEU

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Refeeding syndrome is historically defined as specific metabolic and electrolyte abnormalities occurring after calories are reintroduced after a period of inadequate caloric intake. These calories can come from any source, including orally consumed or enteral or parenteral nutrition support. There is no standard definition of refeeding syndrome among the medical community, although most agree on the characteristics of refeeding syndrome.


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    Great resource

    I really liked how thorough the information was about RS. The tables within the resource including criteria for RS and treatment management will be something I will print and keep on me as a clinical dietitian. I also really liked the case study within this resource - the step by step thought process and detailed explanation via the answers helped solidify my learning.

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