By the time patients are admitted to hospital, nearly 40% are malnourished in anthropometric terms (8% severely) and their nutritional status declines further during their hospital stay.
This can usually be provided by enteral tube feeding (ETF).They are not rigid protocols and should be used alongside clinical judgement, taking local service provision into account.These guidelines were compiled from the relevant literature by the authors in discussion with dietitians and specialist nutrition nurses.Anyone who holds a valid Brookes Key card can get a period return ticket on Oxford Tube for just £10!Simply show your card to the driver when you board the coach and pay in cash.In the majority, this can be achieved by the catering services if they offer good food and care is taken to avoid missed meals and to provide physical help with eating, as necessary.
However, even if these ideals are met, many hospital patients do not or cannot eat adequately.
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In nursing homes, 16% of elderly residents were underweight.