ICU Management & Practice, Volume 19 - Issue 3, 2019

The Expanding Boundaries of ICU Nutrition

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This symposium explores the different aspects of nutrition in the ICU and how nutritional requirements of the critically ill patient are met effectively. There is an overview of nutritional monitoring practices and how we could improve them for better nutritional delivery. There is also an overview of the DIVINE study which investigates the use of different nutritional formulas to facilitate blood glucose control in critically ill overweight and obese patients. Finally, there is a discussion on the association between skeletal muscle wasting and weakness in the critically ill patient.

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