Proportion of Malnutrition - Kunduz Regional Hospital Northeast Region-Afghanistan
|Submitted by :||Dr Wais Lalzad Durani|
|University:||Maulana Azad University|
|Supervisor's Name :||Bhawana Sati|
|Year of award :||2018|
|Awards :||Master of Public Health|
Malnutrition is a serious and debilitating condition, it is the result of the complex interplay between underlying diseases, disease related metabolic alterations and the reduced availability and absorption of nutrients. Malnutrition has been shown to adversely affect patients by increasing the risk of infection and pressure ulcer, delaying wounded healing, and decreasing nutrient absorption, accelerating the loss of muscle mass, lengthening of hospital stay and increasing mortality. With the consequences of malnutrition in mind, several tools have been developed to screen and assess, however their use in the clinical environment is inconsistent.
Meeting the Nutrition requirements of child...
- Background information 4
- Method 4
- Result 4-5
- Conclusion 5-6
- What is Malnutrition 13
- Introduction 13-16
- Problem statement 16-17
- Rational 17