Webinar Descriptions

February 

            

The Role of Protein and Parenteral Nutrition in the Critically Ill Adult: What's New Since Release of the 2016 ASPEN/SCCM Guidelines?

February 27, 2019 | 4:00 - 5:30 PM ET

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Please note: This is a free informational webinar with no CE Credit

Description
New research on the role of parenteral nutrition (both supplemental and exclusive) has been published since the 2016 ASPEN/SCCM guidelines were released. This free webinar will review the PN recommendations outlined in the ASPEN/SCCM guidelines and discuss the new literature on the role of parenteral nutrition in patient care and outcomes. The speakers will also address if/how this research has impacted the use of parenteral nutrition in the critically ill patient.

Learning Objectives

  1. Review the methodology and development of the ASPEN/SCCM guidelines for critically ill adults
  2. Outline the ASPEN/SCCM guidelines for protein and parenteral nutrition (for both exclusive and supplemental use)
  3. Review the new literature that has impacted practice regarding protein and PN since the release of the 2016 ASPEN/SCCM guidelines
  4. Translate recent research to evidence-based practice for use of protein and parenteral nutrition in the critically ill patient (both for exclusive and supplemental PN use)
    • Address issues of shortage, and under-dosing
     

Faculty and Topics
Protein and Parenteral Nutrition in the Critically Ill: Review of the ASPEN/SCCM Guidelines and What's in the New Literature
Mark DeLegge, MD, Professor of Medicine, Medical University of SC; Co-Founder, DeLegge Medical, Charleston, SC

Translation of Research into Practice: Protein and Parenteral Nutrition in the Critically Ill Patient
Martin Rosenthal, MD, Assistant Professor, Trauma, Acute Care Surgery, and Critical Care; Chair of the University of Florida Nutrition Committee, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 

Moderator
Beth Taylor, DCN, RDN-AP, CNSC, FCCM, Research Scientist, Department of Research for Patient Care Services, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, MO CE 

Credit: None 


 Baxter(1)

This free webinar is supported by Baxter Healthcare

 

 

 

April

Goal Directed Nutrition Therapy in Critical Illness

April 9, 2019 | 4:00 - 5:30 PM ET

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Please note: This is a free informational webinar with no CE Credit

Description
This informational webinar will address the evidence and value of tailoring nutrition therapy during critical illness and review of the literature pertinent to optimal energy and protein delivery. Then it will dissect scientific literature related to indirect calorimetry and the role of supplemental parenteral nutrition to optimize clinical outcome in critically ill patients. Case examples will be provided as well. 

Learning Objectives

  1. Define and apply early goal directed nutrition to the care of critically ill patients.
  2. Critique the scientific literature related to value of indirect calorimetry as a nutrition assessment tool.
  3. Evaluate the role of supplemental parenteral nutrition to optimize clinical outcome in critically ill patients. 
  4. Use a case-based approach to illustrate the concepts of early goal directed nutrition and an evidence-based approach in the care of critically ill patients.  

Faculty and Topics
Goal Directed Nutrition Therapy During Critical Illness - What is the Evidence?
Paul Wischmeyer, MD, EDIC, Professor of Anesthesiology and Surgery, Director of Perioperative Research, Duke Clinical Research Institute, Associate Vice Chair for Clinical Research, Department of Anesthesiology; Physician Director, TPN/Nutrition Support Service, DUH, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC 

Dissecting the Critical Care Nutrition Literature: Energy, Protein Delivery and Indirect Calorimetry?
D. Dante Yeh, MD, FACS, FCCM, CNSC, Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Miami, Miami, FL

Moderator
Sarah Peterson, RD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Nutrition, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL

CE Credit: None

GE April 2018

This free webinar is supported by GE Healthcare