Home2018-09-29T20:07:28+00:00

Featured Articles

Editorial: Is the right to food in hospitals a human right?

Diana Cárdenas,

Human rights are philosophical, juridical and political concepts which posit that every human being possesses inalienable, universal rights, regardless of the statutory legal framework in force and independent of other factors such as ethnicity or nationality. Each person, regardless of their social status, race, or religion, is endowed with an “inherent dignity and … equal and inalienable rights” which are exercisable at all times, even if their enforcement stands in opposition to the wider society or to power. Consequently, the concept of human rights is, by definition, universal and egalitarian and wholly incompatible with systems predicated on the supremacy of a race, people, social group, or that of an individual.

300

Factors associated with chronic periodontitis in an obese population: a cross-sectional study

Silie Arboleda, Sandra Sánchez, Katherine Flórez, Vanessa Figueroa,
Gloria Inés Lafaurie, Fanny Aldana-Parra, Carlos Felipe Chaux.

Chronic non-communicable diseases are a major public health problem in the world. Obesity defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a Body Mass Index (BMI) ≥ 30 kg / m2 (2,3), is considered a multifactorial chronic disease that arises from an excessive accumulation of fat, resulting from the interaction between the genotype and the environment.

ASPEN-FELANPE Clinical Guidelines: Nutrition support of adult patients with enterocutaneous fistula

Vanessa J. Kumpf, José Eduardo de Aguilar-Nascimento,
José Ignacio Diaz-Pizarro Graf, Amber M. Hall, Liam McKeever,
Ezra Steiger, Marion F. Winkler, Charlene W. Compher.

Enterocutaneous fistula (FEC) is defined as an abnormal pathway between the gastrointestinal tract and the skin. They can occur spontaneously in patients with underlying malignancy, exposure to radiation or inflammatory conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease; but they are more commonly developed as a complication of gastrointestinal surgery.

Los autores son responsables por todos los conceptos, declaraciones, opiniones e información presentados en los artículos, revisiones y otros escritos. El Editor y la ACNC declinan toda responsabilidad sobre estos contenidos y no garantiza, ni avala ningún producto o servicio anunciado en esta publicación, tampoco garantiza ningún reclamo hecho por el fabricante de dicho producto o servicio. Se espera que la publicidad presentada en la Revista tenga en cuenta los estándares éticos. Sin embargo, su inclusión en la Revista no constituye una garantía de la calidad o del valor del producto o de las declaraciones hechas por el productor.

Comparte esta página
Share on Facebook
Facebook
Tweet about this on Twitter
Twitter
Email this to someone
email
Share on LinkedIn
Linkedin