Changes in indicators of nutritional status during hospitalization
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Sixty-three of the patients did not receive what was judged to be adequate kilocalories and protein during hospitalization. Twelve of these patients were found to have an increase in potential nutritional risk status.
Of the 163 medical records that were reviewed but did not have all indicators recorded, height was most often missing on admission, and weight and serum albumin were most often missing near discharge.
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