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Dietary Management of Blood Glucose in Critically Ill Overweight & Obese Patients

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Dietary Management of Blood Glucose in Critically Ill Overweight & Obese Patients

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Hyperglycemia is common in critically ill patients. Could a very high protein and lower carbohydrate enteral nutrition formula help?

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    Dive into the DIVINE study with Dr. Todd Rice, a pulmonologist and Associate Professor of Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dr. Rice explores the factors that have prompted a reassessment of macronutrient roles in critical illness and the results from the DIVINE study, which investigated whether a very high protein and lower carbohydrate enteral nutrition formula could facilitate improved glucose control while avoiding worsening hyperglycemia.

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