Use of Peptide-based Formulations For Optimizing Enteral Nutrition Delivery, GI Tolerance, and Metabolic Management

Nutrition & Disease Management Obesity

Providing early enteral nutrition to the critically ill patient is not a question of “if” but of “how”, “what”, & “how much.” This program presented on August 27, 2019 addresses these questions including the latest evidence to assist health care professionals managing complex patients receiving tube feeding.  Enhance your knowledge of peptide absorption including the role of the PEPT1 Protein Transporter and how a hypocaloric, low carbohydrate, very high hydrolyzed whey protein formula demonstrates positive outcomes in critically ill patients.

RDs and DTRs practicing in the US may log CPE activities under Activity Type 175 for up to three years from the original presentation date. This program is eligible for 1 CPEU. The activity number for viewing this recording through August 26, 2022 is 150789 (level 2). Please note: CE certificates are not available for viewing recorded programs.

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Jose M. Saavedra

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