When whole protein feeds are not tolerated

Webinar Objectives:
This webinar  looked at  When whole protein feeds are not tolerated – a practical approach to indications and management of specialised  feeds in paediatrics. The focus of this webinar was to understand more around: The gut-brain axis, what is intolerance & factors to consider when managing children with GI intolerance The use of amino acid and extensively hydrolysed / semi-elemental formulas outside of cow’s milk allergy – results from HOPA study, UK A follow up podcast was produced to tackle questions raised during the webinar that were unable to be answered in the session itself. See below for more information: The content of this podcast is for Healthcare Professionals only
This podcast follows up a successful webinar we hosted with the same title. The objective of the webinar was focusing on the nutritional management of children with GI intolerance and included scientific information and practical advicecovering the following topics: Microbiota-gut-brain axis & normal biological responses of feeding Enteral feeding – What are the indications as well as the factors need to be considered regarding the route and the type of feed? Specialized feeds - What is the need for extensively hydrolyzed (eHF) and amino acid formulas(AAF) to support absorption in conditions outside of allergy? This follow-up podcast addresses different questions that we were unable to cover during the webinar session, see below for themes and timings: Theme - Starting time Use of eHF vs AAF in cow’s milk allergy (CMA) -  2:14 Use of eHF vs AAF in tube feeding - 3:15 Blended diet - 4:48 Nutritional assessment in stunting -  9:52 Antibiotic related diarrhea (ARD) - 11:47  Nutritional assessment during Covid-19 - 15:06 Role of pre & probiotics in tube feeding - 18:14 Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPI) – 22:16 Bowel resection & gut brain axis (GBA) - 29:46 Impact of flavor to the gut function - 31:29 Tube feed administration - 34:05 Role of oral/smell priming in tube feeding - 38:01 Way of feed administration – 40:51 Anorexia nervosa (AN) – 43:08
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When: 8th July 2020

Chair and Host:
Chris Smith
Registered Dietitian, Clinical Lead, and Senior Paediatric Dietitian, Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, Brighton, United Kingdom.

Speakers

Dr. Rosan Meyer
Paediatric Dietitian Honorary Senior Lecturer, Imperial College, London UK - Visiting Professor KU Leuven, Belgium.
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Prof. Nikhil Thapar
Director of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Liver Transplant, Queensland Children’s Hospital, Brisbane, Australia.
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Webinar Objectives:

This webinar  looked at  When whole protein feeds are not tolerated – a practical approach to indications and management of specialised  feeds in paediatrics. The focus of this webinar was to understand more around:
  • The gut-brain axis, what is intolerance & factors to consider when managing children with GI intolerance
  • The use of amino acid and extensively hydrolysed / semi-elemental formulas outside of cow’s milk allergy – results from HOPA study, UK
A follow up podcast was produced to tackle questions raised during the webinar that were unable to be answered in the session itself. See below for more information: The content of this podcast is for Healthcare Professionals only
This podcast follows up a successful webinar we hosted with the same title. The objective of the webinar was focusing on the nutritional management of children with GI intolerance and included scientific information and practical advicecovering the following topics:
  • Microbiota-gut-brain axis & normal biological responses of feeding
  • Enteral feeding – What are the indications as well as the factors need to be considered regarding the route and the type of feed?
  • Specialized feeds - What is the need for extensively hydrolyzed (eHF) and amino acid formulas(AAF) to support absorption in conditions outside of allergy?
This follow-up podcast addresses different questions that we were unable to cover during the webinar session, see below for themes and timings: Theme - Starting time
        1. Use of eHF vs AAF in cow’s milk allergy (CMA) -  2:14
        2. Use of eHF vs AAF in tube feeding - 3:15
        3. Blended diet - 4:48
        4. Nutritional assessment in stunting -  9:52
        5. Antibiotic related diarrhea (ARD) - 11:47
        6.  Nutritional assessment during Covid-19 - 15:06
        7. Role of pre & probiotics in tube feeding - 18:14
        8. Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPI)22:16
        9. Bowel resection & gut brain axis (GBA) - 29:46
        10. Impact of flavor to the gut function - 31:29
        11. Tube feed administration - 34:05
        12. Role of oral/smell priming in tube feeding - 38:01
        13. Way of feed administration 40:51
        14. Anorexia nervosa (AN) 43:08

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