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Nutritional support refers to the provision of nutrients to individuals who are unable to consume an adequate amount of nutrients through their regular diet. This may include individuals who are ill, recovering from surgery, or have medical conditions that affect their ability to eat or absorb nutrients.
Nutritional support can take many forms, including:
Oral supplements: These are dietary supplements that come in the form of liquids, powders, or pills and can be taken orally to provide additional nutrients.
Enteral feeding: This involves the delivery of liquid nutrition directly into the digestive system through a tube that is inserted through the nose or mouth.
Parenteral nutrition: This involves the delivery of nutrients directly into the bloodstream through a vein. This is typically reserved for individuals who cannot tolerate enteral feeding.
Nutritional support can help ensure that individuals receive the nutrients they need to maintain their health and recover from illness or injury. It can also be used to prevent malnutrition in individuals who are unable to consume enough nutrients through their regular diet.
Nutritional supports may be provided by a variety of healthcare professionals, including dietitians, nurses, and physicians. The type and duration of nutritional support will depend on the individual’s specific needs and medical condition.