Parenteral Nutrition Solutions: Developing a Playbook for the Multidisciplinary Team
Symposium Highlights from ASPEN 2023
Upon completion of this activity, learners will be able to:
- Discuss advances in the use of indirect calorimetry for measuring energy expenditure in patients needing nutritional support
- Identify protein requirements for optimized nutrition support for patients
- Employ intravenous lipid emulsions (ILEs) into the care of patients receiving nutrition support
- Explain strategies to improve transitions in care for patients receiving nutrition support
- Implementing Optimal Nutrition Support in Critically Ill Patients
- Meeting Protein Requirements in Critically Ill Patients
- Meeting Fatty Acid and Caloric Requirements in Critically Ill Patients
- Patient Case Discussion
- Panel Discussion and Questions and Answers
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Medical Director Clinical Nutrition
Intensive Care Department
Vrije University Brussel
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