nutritional recovery


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nutritional recovery

The restoration of optimal nutrition after illness, injury, or starvation; the correction of the body's balance of macro- and micronutrients.
See also: recovery
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As the nature of this study was operational, assessing these relationships was important not only to promote practices that would ultimately lead to better nutritional recovery at ward level, but also to enable the hospital administrators and the clinical teams to make informed decisions regarding resource allocation based on the patient's clinical condition at baseline.
In our study, tibialis anterior muscles of malnourished post-weaning rats were analyzed after two months of nutritional recovery, but a reduction in muscle mass was still demonstrated.
Although Brazilian policies for the assistance of elders have had considerable advances, the establishments of public policies concerning their nutritional recovery at home-care remains a need, detached from concerns for social costs related to aging, but concerned towards the elders' quality of life and their reinsertion in society.
The availability of sufficient recovery foods seems to be a major problem for Trent and making nutritional recovery as easy as possible is a common theme when dealing with athletes.
Other research has shown that gray matter volume deficits do not completely recover with nutritional recovery.
Chair, Department of Physiology at the Federal University of Sao Paulo and Senior Director, Center for Nutritional Recovery and Education, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Few studies have investigated the effect of the local and lactose-free RUTFs on the growth responses and nutritional recovery of severely malnourished HIV-infected children.
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