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  1. ... with appropriate dietary changes. Prevention of secondary complications: Adequate caloric intake to prevent weight loss. Surveillance: Routine evaluation of ...
  2. ... risk for aspiration; regular nutrition assessment to ensure adequate caloric intake. Agents/circumstances to avoid: Although the dopamine agonists ... Regular assessment by a dietitian/nutritionist to ensure adequate caloric intake Agents/Circumstances to Avoid Although dopamine agonists are ...
  3. ... trials specified that patients must have good or adequate caloric intake, 4 , 24 , 34 one trial excluded patients who ... therapy should occur after a patient is receiving adequate caloric intake. One trial evaluated patients who all received enteral ...
  4. ... reflux, gastrostomy tube placement when indicated to assure adequate caloric intake, cardiomyopathy treatment as per cardiologist. Surveillance: Monitor: Respiratory ...
  5. ... nutritional status and adaptation of diet to assure adequate caloric intake and to prevent aspiration; EEG every third year. ... nutritional status and adaptation of diet to assure adequate caloric intake and to prevent aspiration EEG approximately every third ...
  6. ... achieving BMI of 18.5 kg/m2 and adequate energy intake Figure 1949 EDI-total Figure 1950 Number of ...
  7. ... or the level of work necessary to maintain adequate caloric intake orally by the individual and the caregiver is ...
  8. ... nasogastric or gastrostomy tube as needed to assure adequate caloric intake; chest physiotherapy, aggressive antibiotic treatment of chest infections, ...
  9. ... if gastrostomy or tracheostomy is needed to assure adequate caloric intake while protecting the airway [ Trainor & Andrews 2013 ]. Bone ...
  10. ... a paucity of muscularity and fat stores despite adequate caloric intake. Lung bullae can develop, especially of the upper ...
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