volume 10, issue 5, Pe199 2015
DOI: 10.1016/j.clnesp.2015.03.052
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F. Bell, C. Cash, A. Hamilton, D. Maw, E. Nunez, S. Wilson

Abstract: , who were identified as at risk of RFS by a doctor, nurse, pharmacist or dietitian were included in the audit. Data was collected on the correct identification of patients, selection of appropriate feeding care plans, energy provision, serum electrolyte monitoring and supplementation and vitamin and trace element prescription. Twenty-one out of 27 patients were identified as at risk of RFS by the dietitian. Fifty-seven per cent (n¼12) of patients at risk of RFS were not identified by ward staff and 22% (n¼6) …

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