The use of a whey-based peptide feed in a Cerebral Palsy (CP) patient with complex physical needs
A 22 year old gentleman, diagnosed with cerebral palsy (a neurological condition that is specifically caused by problems in the part of the brain responsible for controlling muscles), was referred to the Dietetic department.1
He also had a differential diagnosis of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), which is the general term used to describe ulcerative colitis a...
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Clare Reid BSc (Hons)
Specialist Dietitian, Learning Disability Team, Kirklands Hospital