Benefits of a Healthy Microbiome for the Tube-Fed Patient During Transitions of Care
The human microbiome contains over 10 trillion microbial cells that contribute to disease, health and wellness. In this webinar, Dr. Mark DeLegge defines the role of the gut microbiome as it relates to enteral feeding through the stages of healthcare, highlighting environmental and nutritional effects from critical illness to long term care.
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