Refeeding syndrome: a clinical review

British Journal of Hospital Medicine
Clare OrmerodSimon Lal

Abstract

Refeeding syndrome can result in a wide variety of complications and may be life threatening. Although well described in hospital practice, refeeding syndrome is often under-recognized and inadequately treated.

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