#NandG2020 Conference

7​TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NUTRITION AND GROWTH

Join us in London, UK, March 26-28, 2020 to be a part of this growing interdisciplinary and international community. ​​​

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Nutritional screening tools for malnutrition in pediatrics

Studies published over the past decade reveal malnutrition prevalence upon admission to pediatric hospitals remains considerably high, ranging from 6-14% in developed countries[1] with higher prevalence rates in infants and toddlers.[2] In specific medical conditions the described prevalence is much higher.[3] Early detection of children at malnutrition risk is long spoken for by international organizations such as ASPEN,[4] ESPGHAN[5] and ESPEN.[6] However widely used in adults, nutritional…See More
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Nutritional screening tools for malnutrition in pediatrics

Studies published over the past decade reveal malnutrition prevalence upon admission to pediatric hospitals remains considerably high, ranging from 6-14% in developed countries[1] with higher prevalence rates in infants and toddlers.[2] In specific medical conditions the described prevalence is much higher.[3] Early detection of children at malnutrition risk is long spoken for by international organizations such as ASPEN,[4] ESPGHAN[5] and ESPEN.[6] However widely used in adults, nutritional…See More
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Nutritional screening tools for malnutrition in pediatrics

Started by Luba. Last reply by Nelly Mayulu Sep 26. 1 Reply

Studies published over the past decade reveal malnutrition prevalence upon admission to pediatric hospitals remains considerably high, ranging from 6-14% in developed countries[1] with higher…Continue

Treating Moderate Acute Malnutrition with Whey-Containing Supplements

Started by Michal Yackobovitch-Gavan Jul 21. 0 Replies

Moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) is caused by insufficient nutritional intake (both, quality and quantity) due to inadequate food availability or disease.Although several nutritional interventions…Continue

Effects of protein supplementation on the physical growth of young children

Started by Michal Yackobovitch-Gavan. Last reply by Tamara Riley Dec 5, 2018. 1 Reply

Observational studies of dietary protein adequacy in low-income countries indicate that most young children consume adequate amounts of protein with reference to recommendations (1-4). However, these…Continue

Diet Quality and Risk of Stunting

Started by Michal Yackobovitch-Gavan Aug 1, 2018. 0 Replies

In low and middle income countries, age‐appropriate complementary feeding (the addition of food other than human milk or formula) practices are usually not optimal, and is expressed in minimal food…Continue

 
 
 

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