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Optimizing Enteral Nutrition Support for Adult Patients with Fat Malabsorption

Published: September 2020
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  • 16 pages
  • Spiral Bound
  • 80# Aqueous Coating
  • 4.25" x 7.25"
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  • Overview and Prevalence 
  • Prevalence of Target Diseases 
  • Basic Approach to Assessing Diarrhea and Concern for Malabsorption
  • Potential Causes of Fat Malabsorption 
  • Diagnosing Fat Malabsorption
  • Tests for Fat Malabsorption 
  • Common Symptoms and Signs of Fat Malabsorption 
  • Vitamin Deficiencies Associated with Fat Malabsorption 
  • Enteral Nutrition Options in the Patient with Fat Malabsorption
  • Fat Content of Elemental, Semi-Elemental, and Low-Fat Enteral Formulas 
  • Pancreatic Lipase Dosing for Adults Based on Dietary Fat Content
  • Oral Pancreatic Enzymes & Dosage Units 
  • Pancreatic Enzyme Delivery with Enteral Nutrition 
  • Three Pancreatic Enzyme Delivery Options for EN 
  • Pancreatic Enzyme Delivery for EN – Advantages and Limitations
  • Sodium Bicarbonate Sources for Mixing with Pancreatic Enzymes
  • Factors That Affect Oral Pancreatic Enzyme Efficacy 
  • Measuring Responses to Treatment of Malabsorption 
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