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Nutritional treatment 

It consists in providing the patient with all the necessary building and energy nutrients (proteins, sugars, fats, minerals and vitamins), which he is unable to absorb in a natural way. This may be due to a food intake problem due to the underlying disease or the presence of a malnutrition-inducing medical condition. Nutritional treatment uses ready-made industrial diets or intravenous fluids, the composition of which is determined on an ongoing basis depending on the current needs of the patient.

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Adequate nutritional support is especially recommended in neoplastic diseases accompanied by increased energy and protein requirements and anorexia, which in a short time lead to excessive weight loss, lack of strength and motivation to fight the disease. There is malnutrition, which causes additional suffering for the patient and adversely affects his prognosis.

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Nutrition in the perioperative period

Adequate nutritional support applied 1-2 weeks before surgery significantly improves the results of surgical treatment. Surgery is a great metabolic stress associated with an increased need for protein, energy, antioxidants and other nutrients. Therefore, it is very important that the patient is properly nourished. It is recommended to use non-residue (no fiber), hypercaloric, high protein diets. The use of industrial diets after surgery accelerates wound healing and the patient's return to activity.

Patients with neurological diseases and chronically ill

People suffering from neurological diseases often struggle with a lack of appetite, swallowing problems and, as a result, with malnutrition, weakness, and difficult to heal bedsores. Therefore, it is very important for the patient's comfort of life and improvement of prognosis to maintain an appropriate nutritional status. Depending on the patient's condition, he or she should receive nutritional support either orally or directly into the gastrointestinal tract.

Diet in the elderly

Elderly people often struggle with malnutrition. This may be due to loss of appetite, problems with biting and swallowing, and the inability to prepare a meal for people with Parkinson's or Alzheimer's. Malnutrition weakens the immune system, making it highly susceptible to infections and diseases.

It is very important to enrich the diet with foods rich in vitamins, nutrients and minerals. Industrial diets are the solution. They are characterized by easy supply - the form of the liquid facilitates administration and consumption. In addition, these diets are high-calorie and wholesome, they can easily replace a regular meal.

Nutrition of sick children

Infections in children are most often associated with a lack of appetite, which in turn leads to weakness, worse well-being of the Toddler and extends the duration of the disease. Oral industrial diets will perfectly complement the child's diet and even completely replace meals. They provide a huge dose of calories and all other nutrients, accelerating the regeneration and recovery of our children. Thanks to the delicious form of milkshakes of various flavors, they are readily accepted by children, even when they are ill. Also perfect for "naughters" as, for example, a lunch in a satchel.

Enteral nutrition at home

Home enteral nutrition is intended for patients who are no longer hospitalized, but still unable to receive oral nutrition or unable to meet their nutritional needs in this way. The mixed home diet is not able to provide the patient with all the necessary ingredients in the appropriate dose due to the specific nutritional needs of patients during the disease (e.g. higher protein requirements in the prevention of pressure ulcers). The best and simplest solution is to use ready-to-supply, balanced and wholesome industrial diets.

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