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ITC Slide Redesign Competition: Runner-Up (Kristopher Maday, MS, PA-C, CNSC)

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The April 2014 International Teaching Course held a Slide Redesign Competition, hosted by Dr. Stacey Poznanski

The April 2014 International Teaching Course held a Slide Redesign Competition, hosted by Dr. Stacey Poznanski

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  • 1. BEFORE
  • 2. Refeeding Syndrome Kristopher R. Maday, MS, PA-C, CNSC University of Alabama at Birmingham Physician Assistant Program Nutritional Sciences PhD Student
  • 3. Who is at risk?5,6 • Anorexia Nervosa • Cancer • Chemotherapy • Elderly • Chronic alcoholism • Dialysis • Psychiatric • Post surgical • Critical Illness • Malabsorptive Conditions • SBS, CF, IBD • Motility Disorders • Esophageal, Intestinal • Inpatient hospitalization
  • 4. Conclusion • Refeeding Syndrome is a complicated biochemical disorder that can be life-threatening and is often undiagnosed • Prompt recognition of high risk patients is paramount in prevention • Management revolves around slow initiation of calories with electrolyte monitoring and replacement
  • 5. AFTER
  • 6. Kristopher R. Maday, MS, PA-C, CNSC University of Alabama at Birmingham Physician Assistant Program Department of Nutrition Sciences Refeeding Syndrome
  • 7. Aggressive Electrolyte Replacement