2020-03-09T09:00:00+00:00By ACPRC, ARNS, BAPEN, BDA, British Lung Foundation, Education for Health, NNNG, PCRS, RCGP, RCN
Advice on the risk of malnutrition in patients with COPD and managing nutrition appropriately; includes a pathway on oral nutritional supplements.
2018-08-13T15:02:00+01:00By Multi-professional consensus panel: BAPEN RCGP RCN RPS BDA BPNG NNNG PCSG PCPA and the Pati
A summary on the identification and management of adult malnutrition in the community. Includes the ‘MUST’ tool and a treatment algorithm.
This summary covers nutritional support for adults including oral nutrition support, enteral tube feeding, and parenteral nutrition.
A summary that provides a step-by-step approach to ensure that adults and children (not babies) are weighed accurately.
This summary provides government dietary advice and nutrient recommendations throughout the life course.
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This CPD activity consists of five multiple-choice questions designed to test your knowledge on malnutrition in patients with COPD.
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