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“…In the Netherlands, dietetic intervention was shown to lead to savings in health care costs and to increase productivity and QoL [6]. Similarly from an institutional perspective, a Belgian study demonstrated sustained improvement of nutritional care and reduction of total parenteral nutrition (TPN) in hospitalized patients when treatment by a dietitian was embedded in the existing structures [7,8]. It is often difficult to separate the benefits achieved by the involvement of dietitians on health outcomes, as they usually work in collaboration with other health care professionals as a part of a multi-modal intervention, with primary emphasis during hospitalization being on drug treatment [12].…”
Section: Introduction and Objectivesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the Netherlands, dietetic intervention was shown to lead to savings in health care costs and to increase productivity and QoL [6]. Similarly from an institutional perspective, a Belgian study demonstrated sustained improvement of nutritional care and reduction of total parenteral nutrition (TPN) in hospitalized patients when treatment by a dietitian was embedded in the existing structures [7,8]. It is often difficult to separate the benefits achieved by the involvement of dietitians on health outcomes, as they usually work in collaboration with other health care professionals as a part of a multi-modal intervention, with primary emphasis during hospitalization being on drug treatment [12].…”
Section: Introduction and Objectivesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Eight articles, [78][79][80][81][82][83][84][85] including 2 RCTs, 78,79 reported on topics of enteral nutrition (EN), parenteral nutrition (PN), perioperative nutrition, and nutrition support teams. Results showed that delirium and functional dependence predicted EN use in older patients but not the presence of malnutrition; those receiving EN had a higher proportion of death (41%) vs those fed orally (10%).…”
Section: Specialized Nutrition Carementioning
confidence: 99%
“…83 One study assessed immunonutrition with EN in malnourished patients undergoing elective surgery and did not find any effect on length of stay or infection rates. 78 In regard to PN, studies showed that the use of guidelines and decision trees for PN improved screening for malnutrition and targeting of PN to those who need it, 81,82 and strategies to optimize preoperative nutrition, including introduction of EN or PN, improved nutrition status and patient outcomes. 79,85 Subcutaneous PN may be useful in some older hospitalized patients.…”
Section: Specialized Nutrition Carementioning
confidence: 99%
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