Zolik Family Pediatric Nutrition Month: The Why, When, and How-To Guide for Blenderized Diets in Children
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March 1 Webinar
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Describe benefits for the use of blenderized formula in children;
- Identify indications for usage of a blenderized formula;
- Describe how to develop a homemade blenderized formula recipe and initiate a blenderized formula tube feeding;
- Compare homemade and commercially available blenderized formulas;
- Review monitoring guidelines for pediatric patients on blenderized formula.
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Senior Clinical Nutrition Specialist and Lead Dietitian for the Optimal Wellness for Life Clinic
Boston Children’s Hospital
Committee Chair, Boston Children’s Hospital Blenderized Formula Committee
Communications Chair, NASPGHAN Council for Pediatric Nutrition Professionals
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