2017
DOI: 10.1016/j.clnesp.2017.07.032
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Is hand grip strength a better marker for monitoring nutritional therapy than weight in patients on parental nutritional support?

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“…Portions of the Grip Strength Toolkit developed by Terese Scollard (available through the Dietitians in Nutrition Support Dietetic Practice Group of the AND, https://www.dnsdpg.org/store.cfm) were incorporated into the online training component 19,20 . The training began with a series of eight required prereadings that included the AND/ASPEN consensus characteristics of adult disease‐related malnutrition, the European Working Group on Sarcopenia in Older People consensus definition, a review of functional assessments of nutrition status, handgrip strength–specific articles, and information about disinfection procedures 5,8,19,21–24 . This was followed up by an online webinar that incorporated components of The Grip Strength Toolkit 20 and a break for lunch.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Portions of the Grip Strength Toolkit developed by Terese Scollard (available through the Dietitians in Nutrition Support Dietetic Practice Group of the AND, https://www.dnsdpg.org/store.cfm) were incorporated into the online training component 19,20 . The training began with a series of eight required prereadings that included the AND/ASPEN consensus characteristics of adult disease‐related malnutrition, the European Working Group on Sarcopenia in Older People consensus definition, a review of functional assessments of nutrition status, handgrip strength–specific articles, and information about disinfection procedures 5,8,19,21–24 . This was followed up by an online webinar that incorporated components of The Grip Strength Toolkit 20 and a break for lunch.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…19,20 The training began with a series of eight required prereadings that included the AND/ ASPEN consensus characteristics of adult disease-related malnutrition, the European Working Group on Sarcopenia in Older People consensus definition, a review of functional assessments of nutrition status, handgrip strength-specific articles, and information about disinfection procedures. 5,8,19,[21][22][23][24] This was followed up by an online webinar that incorporated components of The Grip Strength Toolkit 20 and a break for lunch. The afternoon component of the training moved to hands-on demonstrations with the dietitians and occupational therapy practice leaders.…”
Section: Interventionmentioning
confidence: 99%