MEDPass Trial: MedPass Versus Conventional Administration of Oral Nutritional Supplements

Die MEDPass-Studie untersucht einen innovativen Verabreichungsmodus von oralen Nahrungssupplementen mit dem Ziel, zu überprüfen, ob die Energie- und Proteinaufnahme dadurch optimiert werden kann.

Id113
Grant Value102497
Commencement Date / Completion DateJune 2017 - December 2022
Contributors MSc Silvia Kurmann (Co-Investigator)
BSc Katja Uhlmann (Co-Investigator)
des.BSc Fabian Krebs (Co-Investigator)
Dr. med. Zeno Stanga (Principle Investigator)
Dr. med. Andreas Schönenberger (Co-Investigator)
Dr. med. Phillipp Schütz (Co-Investigator)
Dr. phil. Emilie Reber (Co-Investigator)
MSc Maria Vasiloglou (Co-Investigator)
Funders [UNSPECIFIED] Berner Fachhochschule
[UNSPECIFIED] Insel Gruppe
URIhttps://www.bfh.ch/de/forschung/referenzprojekte/medpass/
KeywordsOral nutritional supplements, Energy intake, Protein intake, Malnutrition, MEDPass, Nutrition as Medication, Medication rounds
Publications Kurmann, Silvia; Uhlmann, Katja; Galli, Livia; Steiner, Nina (2020). Faustschlusskraft: Nützliches Tool - selten angewendet Schweizer Zeitschrift für Ernährungsmedizin, 2020(2), pp. 24-25. Rosenfluh
Kurmann, Silvia; Reber, Emilie; Vasioglou, Maria; Schuetz, Philipp; Schoenenberger, Andreas; Uhlmann, Katja; Sterchi, Anna-Barbara; Stanga, Zeno (2021). Energy and protein intake in medical and geriatric inpatients with MEDPass versus conventional administration of oral nutritional supplements: study protocol for the randomized controlled MEDPass Trial Trials, 22(1) BioMed Central 10.1186/s13063-021-05145-4
Krebs, Fabian; Uhlmann, Katja; Stanga, Zeno; Kurmann, Silvia (2022). Distribution of oral nutritional supplements with medication: Is there a benefit? A systematic review Nutrition, 96, p. 111569. Elsevier 10.1016/j.nut.2021.111569

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