[Nutrition status on pediatric admissions in Spanish hospitals; DHOSPE study].

  title={[Nutrition status on pediatric admissions in Spanish hospitals; DHOSPE study].},
  author={Jos{\'e} Manuel Moreno Villares and Vicente Calder{\'o}n and Carlos Bouso{\~n}o Garc{\'i}a and Rosa A. Lama More and Susana E. Redecillas Ferreiro and Luis Pe{\~n}a Quintana and Nutrici{\'o}n Pedi{\'a}trica},
  journal={Nutricion hospitalaria},
  volume={28 3},
UNLABELLED Malnutrition among hospitalized patients has clinical implications and is associated with adverse outcomes: depression of the immune system, impaired wound healing, muscle wasting, longer length of stay, higher costs and increased mortality. Although the rate of malnutrition in hospitalized children varies in different studies, it seems to be lower than in adult population. Nevertheless, this is a population that has a higher risk of developing malnutrition during hospital stay… CONTINUE READING


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