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Frontiers in intestinal failure, rehabilitation & home parenteral nutrition...

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Royal Society of Medicine

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Intestinal failure rehabilitation & home parenteral nutrition from hospital to home

St Mark’s Hospital & Academic Institute is happy to announce that our 3 day course is now available for bookings and will cover all 3 types of intestinal failure.

9th December

Day 1 will cover aspects of type 1 intestinal failure including causes and prevention, refeeding, requirements, short term access, bowel obstruction, high output stoma management and managing metabolic complications in the short term.

10th December

Day 2 will cover aspects of type 2 intestinal failure and will focus on the management of enterocutenous fistula, fistuloclysis/distal feeding, complex stomacare, pharmacology issues, management of chronic pain and dysmotility.

11th December

Day 3 will cover type 3 intestinal failure and will focus on home parenteral nutrition including HIFNET and the HPN framework, monitoring, complications such as infections, metabolic and abnormal LFTs, malignancy, intestinal rehabilitation and the patient perspective.

Target Audience: Any healthcare professional interested and involved in looking after patients with acute and chronic intestinal failure including those requiring home parenteral nutrition.

Learning Style: lectures and case studies.

Delegates will also be asked to complete an online evaluation form after attending.

Learning Objectives

To understand the following:

  • To increase the knowledge and skills of delegates to help improve the care of patients with IF and those requiring HPN including dysmotility and malignancy

  • To discuss aspects of the medical, surgical, dietetic, nursing and pharmaceutical management of acute and chronic intestinal failure including enterocutenous fistula

  • To understand the importance of choice of venous access devices

  • An update of HIFNET and the HPN framework

  • Minimise the ineffective and metabolic complications of parenteral nutrition

  • Understand the criteria for intestinal transplantation


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