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Embracing Indirect Calorimetry in the ICU – Practical Tips for The Dietitian

Evidence-based literature on indirect calorimetry, and practical tips for dietitians.

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Date: January 25
Time: noon - 1 p.m. (Central time)

This webinar reviews evidence-based literature on indirect calorimetry, reviews when and which critically ill patients may benefit from metabolic measurement via indirect calorimetry (IC), and describes the clinical and logistical considerations for obtaining metabolic measurement via IC. Practical tips for dietitians are provided on interpreting and applying metabolic measurement results, and developing a metabolic monitoring team.

CPEU: 1.0
CPE Level: 2
Performance Indicators: 8.2.1, 8.1.1, 10.2.1

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand when and which critically ill patients may benefit from metabolic measurement via indirect calorimetry (IC)
  2. Describe the clinical and logistical considerations for obtaining metabolic measurement via IC
  3. Explain how to interpret and apply metabolic measurement results

Speakers

Ashlee Roffe, MS, RDN, LDN, CNSC

Ashlee Roffe is the Sr. Director of Nutrition and Community Health Transformation at Swedish Hospital, a 312-bed nonprofit teaching hospital located on the north side of Chicago, Illinois. The hospital is part of Northshore University Health System and offers over 50 medical specialties, including neurosurgery for the spine and brain, integrative cancer care, heart services, women's health services, childbirth and emergency services. Ashlee’s work focuses on creating a culture of nutrition awareness across all areas of clinical practice, and she is passionate about implementing programs that intertwine to support patients throughout their healthcare journey. At Swedish, she manages the Clinical Nutrition team which is home to the first RD-led Metabolic Monitoring team in the country, the Nutrition and Diabetes Center, and founded Food Connections, the hospital’s initiative to address food insecurity in its community. Ashlee holds an MS in Nutrition from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a BS in Health Sciences from Bradley University.

Kelly (Roehl) Nawakowski, MS, RDN-AP, LDN, CNSC

Kelly (Roehl) Nawakowski is a Principal Medical Liaison with Baxter Healthcare, specializing in clinical nutrition, infusion systems, and medication delivery, as well as PhD candidate in the Rush University Health Sciences program focused on leadership and education. Prior to joining the medical affairs team at Baxter, she was the lead nutrition support and critical care dietitian at Rush University Medical Center, where she also helped to establish a novel ketogenic diet therapy for both adult and pediatric patients. She demonstrates her passion for education and research through her academic involvement as adjunct faculty at Illinois Institute of Technology, active engagement with healthcare professionals, professional society committee involvement, and professional publications. Kelly is an active member of both ASPEN and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, holding several volunteer leadership roles both locally and nationally.

Release Date: January 25, 2023

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