Parenteral and Specialized Nutrition CME Series

Parenteral and Specialized Nutrition CME Series CME
Introduction

Parenteral nutrition can be a life-saving measure for patients who have no enteral access or those who cannot meet their nutrient needs enterally. While parenteral nutrition can optimize outcomes in certain patient populations, it continues to have associated risks with its use. As a clinician, it is important to be knowledgeable on best practices for use of parenteral nutrition to ensure your patient is receiving evidence-based interventions and progressing towards desirable outcomes while receiving this specialized nutrition therapy. This CME series is a case-based series dedicated to strengthen and improve the clinical knowledge and skills of primary care practitioners as they serve, support, and deliver care to patients. 

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