A concise review journal with the latest practical advice on patient care in clinical nutrition.
Swallowing is a complex process. Dysphagia for liquids can result in aspiration where the liquid enters the airway and lungs. In a large clinical trials, increasing bolus viscosity (from thin liquid to nectar-thick and spoon-thick) improved the safety of swallow compared with thin liquid, without increasing residue in dysphagia patients for xanthan-based thickeners.
Aging is the primary factor behind the progressive loss of physiological integrity, onset of diseases, functional impairment, and increased vulnerability to negative health-related outcomes including death.
Older adults can be categorized into three subgroups to better develop and implement personalized interventions: the “disabled’’ if needing assistance
This Special issue of Clinical Nutrition Highlights shows the role of Nutrition on Patients’ Outcomes in Oncology and is made of five articles
This issue, #19 in the series, features the article "Hydration management in patients with dysphagia" and a complementary health economic perspective
This special Issue of Clinical Nutrition Highlights focuses on Nutrition and Enhanced Recovery in Surgery and contains 6 articles. It starts with an
The global increase in the prevalence of diabetes and its complications has made prevention and control of diabetes a top public health priority. In
Neurologically impaired (NI) patients have unique nutritional needs and nutrition standards used for normal children do not necessarily apply to NI