Pediatric Nutrition Care
Food and nutrition is insufficient or excess, frequently causes malnutrition or overnourished and often precede anthropometric, biochemical, or clinical signs. Enteral nourishment is given when a patient is sick and it is supplied with a liquid food mixture containing sugars, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals and it is given through a tube into the stomach. Food allergy occurs when the body immune system sees a certain food as harmful and reacts by causing symptoms. New developments in nutrients includes mineral supplements, increase in protein supply, improved formulations of parenteral lipids and encouraging human milk feeding.
- Track 1-1 Enteral nutrition
- Track 2-2 Parenteral nutrition
- Track 3-3 Food allergies
- Track 4-4 Development Disabilities
- Track 5-5 Eating Disorders