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February 2021

On-demand Program: “Redesigning Postdischarge Nutrition in the NICU”

The Annenberg Center for Health Sciences & Mead Johnson* present an on-demand program..."Redesigning Postdischarge Nutrition in the NICU" Preterm birth affects 1 of every 10 infants in the United States. Improper nutrition in the NICU can result in impaired neurodevelopment, delayed cognitive development, retarded growth, and an increased risk for type 1 diabetes and cardiovascular disease later in life. It is essential that the intake of protein, macronutrients, and micronutrients be provided at the right nutritional levels during their first…

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January 2021

On-demand Program: “Redesigning Postdischarge Nutrition in the NICU”

The Annenberg Center for Health Sciences & Mead Johnson* present an on-demand program..."Redesigning Postdischarge Nutrition in the NICU" Preterm birth affects 1 of every 10 infants in the United States. Improper nutrition in the NICU can result in impaired neurodevelopment, delayed cognitive development, retarded growth, and an increased risk for type 1 diabetes and cardiovascular disease later in life. It is essential that the intake of protein, macronutrients, and micronutrients be provided at the right nutritional levels during their first…

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December 2020

On-demand Program: “Redesigning Postdischarge Nutrition in the NICU”

The Annenberg Center for Health Sciences & Mead Johnson* present an on-demand program..."Redesigning Postdischarge Nutrition in the NICU" Preterm birth affects 1 of every 10 infants in the United States. Improper nutrition in the NICU can result in impaired neurodevelopment, delayed cognitive development, retarded growth, and an increased risk for type 1 diabetes and cardiovascular disease later in life. It is essential that the intake of protein, macronutrients, and micronutrients be provided at the right nutritional levels during their first…

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October 2020

“Customizing Proteins, Fats & Carbs: A Balancing Act in the NICU”

The Annenberg Center for Health Sciences & Mead Johnson* present..."Customizing Proteins, Fats & Carbs: A Balancing Act in the NICU" This activity helps participants develop a greater understanding of how protein, energy, vitamins, and minerals support growth and development in preterm infants. More specifically, presenters discuss the balance of macronutrients in preterm infants, with a focus on the role of protein. The challenges associated with preterm infant nutrition in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and the unique nutritional needs…

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August 2020

“The Role of an Exclusive Human Milk Diet in BPD, ROP, Sepsis, NEC & Neurodevelopment”

Prolacta Bioscience* presents..."The Role of an Exclusive Human Milk Diet in BPD, ROP, Sepsis, NEC & Neurodevelopment" Human milk feedings during the critical periods of early life for premature infants contribute to both short and long-term benefits. “The potential benefits of human milk are such that all preterm infants should receive human milk.” (AAP, 2012) Additionally, all preterm infants should receive fortified human milk to ensure optimal intake of protein, minerals, and vitamins. Now, fortification can be achieved by using human…

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April 2020

“Nutrition Care of the COVID-19 Patient: Strategies for Optimizing Recovery”

Abbott Nutrition* Health Institute (ANHI) presents..."Nutrition Care of the COVID-19 Patient: Strategies for Optimizing Recovery" Join ANHI for this important, free webinar focused on COVID-19 patients and the nutrition guidelines clinicians need to be aware of related to their care. Hear from experts as well as clinicians addressing the pandemic on the front lines. Learning Objectives  |  At the end of this session, participants should be able to: Examine the impact of ICU stay on the recovery of COVID-19 patients…

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“Nutrition Care of the COVID-19 Patient: Guidance for Optimizing ICU Care”

Abbott Nutrtion* Health Institute (ANHI) presents..."Nutrition Care of the COVID-19 Patient: Guidance for Optimizing ICU Care" Join ANHI for this important, free webinar focused on COVID-19 patients and the nutrition guidelines clinicians need to be aware of related to their care. Hear from experts as well as clinicians addressing the pandemic on the front lines. Learning Objectives  |  At the end of this session, participants should be able to: Review new guiding principles and guidelines from SCCM/ASPEN and ESPEN on…

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“Managing Nutrition Support for Critically Ill COVID-19 Patients”

The American Society for Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition* presents...""Managing Nutrition Support for Critically Ill COVID-19 Patients" This webinar presents an overview of the nutritional management of the critically ill patient with COVID-19 infection. It addresses the vital need for nutrition, nutritional requirements, and the appropriate indications and management of enteral and parenteral nutrition in the context of COVID-19 management. A patient case illustrating these concepts will be presented. Presenters: Robert Martindale, M.D., PhD, FASPEN  |  Professor of Surgery  |  Department…

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“HEROS Nutrition Series: Part 2 – Restructuring Nutrition Support Services to Facilitate Care for COVID-19 Patients”

Baxter* presents..."HEROS Nutrition Series: Part 2 - Restructuring Nutrition Support Services to Facilitate Care for COVID-19 Patients" Learning Objectives  |  At the end of this session, participants will be able to: Discuss the practical challenges of delivering nutrition support in the COVID-19 pandemic Understand the nutritional requirements and contribution of IV medications and renal replacement therapy To discuss the role of supplemental parenteral nutrition when enteral is not possible Presenter: Ella Terblanche, RD  |  Critical Care Dietitian  |  St Georges…

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February 2020

“Beyond the Basics: Addressing GI Intolerance in the ICU”

Abbott Nutrition Health Institute* presents…“Beyond the Basics: Addressing GI Intolerance in the ICU” Gastrointestinal intolerance (GI) has significant clinical implications for critical care patients. The key to a patient's care plan is recognizing appropriate and effective nutrition interventions. The presenter will share her expertise on GI intolerance in the critical setting. Learning Objectives: Describe clinical characteristics and mechanisms of action of GI intolerance in the ICU Review evidence-based approaches on how to care for ICU patients with GI intolerance Describe…

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