Which receipts are you using in intensive care for your patients?

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I’m writing to you from Uludag University in Turkey. I’m a dietitian like you. I have a little English. Sorry about my mistakes. Which receipts are you using in intensive care for your patients? Could you write me?

Your English is just fine.

I work with consumers online only and do not have a patient practice. I have not worked in a nutrition support service (TPN, TF or enteral formulations) since the early 1980’s. If you would like to subscribe to some listserv for nutrition support I will send you information on how to join these online discussion groups (listserv) and you can ask the group by posting a message to the listserv. If you have problems subscribing (joining) a listserv, write to the owner of the listserv for help.

I will forward to you subscribing information on:
[email protected]
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It depends on the diagnosis of intensive care patients. For instance, if they are on a respirator, PulmoCare is good because it is lower in carbohydrate and therefore less demanding on oxygen needs. There are many enteral (oral) liquid meal replacement products out there and I would recommend talking to someone in the group above to find the best for a patient’s diagnosis.