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I have a patient at 68 # 5' 43 yom with cerebral palsy, mr and (rule out smll bowel obstruction) he is on a pureed diet,ensure pudding 1 can bid and two cal n bid..meds: antac,lactulose, thickit and certavite. he vomits his food up most mornings. I tink the volume of supplements is too much. ANy ideas. I have to create a 6-8 meal a day pureed menu! Yikes!! Any help appreciated. hanks, Jlzjones


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Cinda Wood Says:

Daughter ICU 5 1/2 weeks reg room 2 1/2 weeks home 1 week. Thyroid and Esophageal cancer with tear in esophagus and fluid around heart. She vomits twocal hn in hospital and home. They put a machine to remove bile - no help. Pathologist instructions: glyconutrients, probiotics,enzymes, phytomatrics and meal replacement 1200 calories with more nutrients than twocal.

She has lived on this (including weeks in hospital) 6 and now esphogus healed, fluid around heart reduced and she is off all prescriptions except thryoid at 32.5mg and ibprophin.

We found the products from a company called Mannatech. Doctor said he wanted to do a jig.



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