Dénutrition du sujet âgé

  • B. Lesourd
  • M. Ferry

Abstrait

Ľavancée en âge s’accompagne ďune augmentation importante de la fréquence de la dénutrition (1, 2, 3), notamment protéino-énergétique. Cette dénutrition reconnaît deux causes principales:
  • − diminution des apports alimentaires, provoquée par des modifications ďordre physiologique;

  • − augmentation des besoins au cours des pathologies (plus fréquentes sur ce terrain) insuffisamment compensées par les apports.

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