nutritional rehabilitation


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nutritional rehabilitation

A comprehensive nutritional program for patients with especially grave nutritional deficits, such as those caused by severe eating disorders or malabsorption syndrome.
See also: rehabilitation
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Curd may help to maintain the balance in cytokine production by increasing the production of IL-10, and may be considered in place of milk in the nutritional rehabilitation of malnourished children.
Together with the fact that leptin concentrations increased more than threefold in week 11 of nutrition therapy, these data show that nutritional rehabilitation can have beneficial effects on bone turnover in adolescent patients with anorexia nervosa.
Protecting children at risk of economic and sexual exploitation and providing emergency and long-term medical care, nutritional rehabilitation, education, vocational training and job placement, the Foundation seeks to maximise the potential of these children with love and respect for the dignity of each child as an individual.
Management of Malnutrition particularly Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) by establishing Nutritional Rehabilitation Centres (NRCs).
The Institute consists of 12 units, some of which include Clinical Nutrition and Dietary Therapy, Food Hygiene and Safety Control Center, a Nutrition Counseling Center, Food Sciences and Food Hygiene & Safety, Nutritional Rehabilitation and Obesity Control.
Background & objectives: In protein-energy malnutrition (PEM) there is a significant impairment of immunity, both cell-mediated and humoral, which may be reversed with nutritional rehabilitation.
In addition to promoting preventive care, the grant will support: a) the development of materials and the organization of training for capacity building of communities and families on the promotion of growth and nutrition, b) development orientation networking services to child health and nutritional rehabilitation or else services that address the charges of non-health causes of malnutrition, and c) the cost of nutritional supplements (and / or money in cash for operations and preventive hygiene measures nutrition).

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