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Analysis of the role of clinical nutrition consultation service in optimizing parenteral nutrition administered to neonates with intestinal obstruction: A pilot study in Alexandria University Hospital

  • At: 2016 FIP Congress in Buenos Aires (Argentina)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: ELSAYED, Ragia (Alexandria University Hospitals, Parenteral Nutrition, Alexandria, Egypt)
  • Co-author(s): Ahmed Aly:Clinical Pharmacy student,Faculty of Pharmacy, Alexandria University,Alexandria,Egypt|Akram Elsayed:Clinical Pharmacy student,Faculty of Pharmacy, Alexandria University,Alexandria,Egypt|Aya Abou Issa:Clinical Pharmacy student,Faculty of Pharmacy, Alexandria University,Alexandria,Egypt|Hamza Ibrahim:Clinical Pharmacy student,Faculty of Pharmacy, Alexandria University,Alexandria,Egypt|Ossama Elhabrouk:Clinical Pharmacy student,Faculty of Pharmacy, Alexandria University,Alexandria,Egypt|Ragia Mohamed Awad Elsayed:Parenteral Nutrition Unit,Alexandria University Hospitals,Alexandria,Egypt|Tarek El Mazahi:Clinical Pharmacy student,Faculty of Pharmacy, Alexandria University,Alexandria,Egypt|Mohamed Abdelmalak:Alexandria Pediatric Surgery Department,Alexandria University Hospitals,Alexandria,Egypt
  • Abstract:

    Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) is essential for neonates who are unable to receive their daily oral feeds. Implementation of Clinical Nutrition Consultation Service (CNCS) started in the Pediatric Surgery Department of the Alexandria University Hospitals since September 2015.

    A comparative retrospective study was carried out on two groups of

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Last update 4 October 2019

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