Refeeding and weight restoration outcomes in anorexia nervosa: Challenging current guidelines.

  title={Refeeding and weight restoration outcomes in anorexia nervosa: Challenging current guidelines.},
  author={Graham W. Redgrave and Janelle W Coughlin and Colleen C Schreyer and Lindsay M Martin and Anne K Leonpacher and Margaret Seide and Antonia M Verdi and Allisyn Pletch and Angela S Guarda},
  journal={The International journal of eating disorders},
  volume={48 7},
OBJECTIVE Cohort study from February 2003 through May 2011 to determine weight restoration and refeeding complication outcomes for patients with anorexia nervosa (AN) treated in an integrated inpatient-partial hospital eating disorder program designed to produce rapid weight gain and weight restoration in the majority. METHOD Consecutive admissions (females and males, adolescents and adults; N = 361 patients, 461 admissions) at least 1.8 kg below target weight with AN or subthreshold variants… CONTINUE READING
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