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NNIW82 - The Importance of Nutrition as an Integral Part of Disease Management

Editor(s): Rémy F. Meier, B. Ravinder Reddy, Peter B. Soeters. Clinical Nutrition Series 82

The last decades have illuminated the important role of nutritionin the prevention and management of diseases. Despite the elaboratedknowledge and discussions on the scientific podium, the role ofnutrition is often overlooked in clinical practice. Unfortunately, medicalnutrition is in most cases not incorporated in the curriculum atmedical schools, which might lead to negative attitudes or even totalneglect of the nutritional needs of hospitalized patients.

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