RDs help parenteral nutrition clients achieve goals

07/6/2011 | Today's Dietitian

At-home parenteral nutrition has metabolic and catheter-related risks so registered dietitians who work with these clients must ensure they require the service and establish goals based on what patients and their physician want to achieve. Monitoring parenteral nutrition clients at home is different than in a hospital setting, as RDs work with a team of caregivers, including family, and do not change the PN content as often.

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