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Originial research
Malnutrition, symptom burden and predictive validity of the Patient-Generated Subjective Global Assessment in Central Australian haemodialysis patients: A cross sectional study
Lauren Caruana et al.

This study aimed to (i) describe the prevalence of malnutrition among a cohort of central Australian, predominantly Indigenous, haemodialysis patients and (ii) determine the sensitivity and specificity of the Patient Generated Subjective Global Assessment total score for identification of malnutrition in these patients.
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The sarcopenia index is an effective predictor for malnutrition in patients with liver cirrhosis
Ying-Ke Wu et al.

Reliable and valid predictors of malnutrition in patients with cirrhosis remain scarce, especially easily accessible blood indicators.

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Association of Subjective Global Assessment with outcomes in the intensive care unit: A retrospective cohort study
Suzie Ferrie et al.

This retrospective audit was conducted to investigate the association between outcome and protein-energy malnutrition diagnosed using Subjective Global Assessment.
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An investigation of early enteral nutrition provision in major burn patients in Australia and New Zealand
Rochelle Kurmis et al.

The aim of this study was to (i) audit early enteral nutrition practices, (ii) identify characteristics of patients who received early enteral nutrition, and (iii) investigate whether early enteral nutrition was associated with in-hospital outcomes.
Investigating the prevalence of nutritional abnormalities in patients prior to and following bariatric surgery
Nazy Zarshenas et al.

The aim of this study was to identify nutritional abnormalities, weight loss, adherence to supplements, and presence of gastrointestinal symptoms in a cohort of bariatric surgical patients.

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Exploring the diets of mothers and their partners during pregnancy: Findings from the Queensland Family Cohort pilot study
Shelley A. Wilkinson et al.

Very little is known about partners' dietary patterns and the influence on women's pregnancy dietary patterns. We aimed to examine dietary intake during pregnancy among women and their partners, and gestational weight gain patterns in the Queensland Family Cohort pilot study.
The comparison of the main dietary and non-dietary trigger factors in women with chronic and episodic migraine
Samaneh Hajjarzadeh et al.

The current study was designed to extract the main trigger factors using factor analysis, and compare the chronic and episodic patient scores for every extracted pattern.

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Patterns of discretionary food intake among Australian children and their association with socio-demographic, lifestyle, and adiposity measures
Flavia Fayet-Moore et al.

This study asks: what is the discretionary food and beverage intake profile, contribution to nutrient intakes, and associations with demographic and health characteristics?

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Is there enough behaviour change science in nutrition and dietetics curricula in Australia and New Zealand? A descriptive study
Roshan R. Rigby et al.

The application of behaviour change science is fundamental to the role of dietitians. This study aimed to describe how behaviour change science is embedded within the curricula of accredited/registered dietetics programs in Australia and New Zealand.

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Letter to the editor
Carbohydrate-counting education for older adults with type 1 diabetes starting first-generation closed-loop therapy: Observations from the ORACL trial
Kerryn Roem et al.

Skills to accurately estimate the carbohydrate content of meals are central to optimising insulin pump therapy for people with type 1 diabetes.
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