Relevance of Clinical Nutrition

Clinical nutrition is important for patients in healthcare to deal with sickness, injuries, surgery and for proper recovery. It helps in preventing malnutrition, restoring body tissue and boosting energy and immunity in the body. It can also be provided with a proper diet plan and feeding the patient with essential foods that revive the patient’s body the patient can also be given health supplements for proteins, vitamins etc. The preferred route for nutrition administration is oral although parenteral and enteral routes are also followed.

 

  • parenteral nutrition and enteral nutrition
  • Nutrition support in Surgical Patients
  • Recovery nutrition

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