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Continuous versus bolus tube feeds: Does the modality affect glycemic variability, tube feeding volume, caloric intake, or insulin utilization?

Evans David C, Forbes Rachel, Jones Christian, Cotterman Robert, Njoku Chinedu, Thongrong Cattleya, Tulman David, Bergese Sergio D, Thomas Sheela, Papadimos Thomas J, Stawicki Stanislaw P

Year : 2016| Volume: 6| Issue : 1 | Page no: 9-15

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