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[old age propaganda series Science] what is the elderly malnutrition? What is the health of the Sohu? European Society of parenteral and enteral nutrition (European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, ESPEN) of malnutrition (malnutrition) definition: malnutrition due to nutritional intake or absorption deficiency leads to the change of body composition, lead to physical and mental dysfunction, clinical outcome of disease affected. The main consideration of ESPEN is clinically significant deficiency, in fact, the definition of malnutrition should also include the clinical serious overweight. Popular said malnutrition also known as malnutrition, is mainly due to inadequate intake or malabsorption, excessive loss of nutrients caused by one or more nutrient deficiency or deficiency, in addition to nutritional deficiencies, including due to excess nutrients of excessive intake of certain nutrients caused, such as overweight and obesity. The elderly are particularly vulnerable to malnutrition, especially when they suffer from chronic mental or physical illness. Malnutrition, which is commonly referred to as protein energy malnutrition, is one of the most common nutritional problems. Micronutrient deficiency is a common nutritional problem. What is the incidence of malnutrition in the elderly? Malnutrition in the elderly is one of the most common geriatric syndromes. According to the European Seneca survey showed that the proportion of elderly people with poor health in the community is not high, but in poor health of the elderly, protein energy malnutrition with micronutrient deficiencies is a major problem. The results showed that: 10%-38% of the elderly outpatients, 5%-12% home elderly, 26%-65% of elderly patients in the hospital and 5%-85% pension institutions in elderly people with severe protein energy malnutrition. Moley also reported that about 15% of elderly people in the community have varying degrees of malnutrition. Exton Smith et al reported that 4% of the elderly in the UK community are malnourished. Mc Whirter and Pennington survey found that 40% of elderly people at the time of admission that malnutrition. China’s sixth national census data show that by the end of 2010, China’s elderly population aged 65 and above was 118 million, accounting for about 8.87% of the total population. Nutrition and health of the elderly has become a major public health problem. Data show that the proportion of elderly people over the age of 60 in China accounted for about 17.6%, the prevalence rate of anemia was higher than that of the general population, the prevalence rate of anemia was higher than that of the general population in china. The survey shows: Beijing community elderly malnutrition prevalence rate was 0.2%, risk of malnutrition was 32.3%, because the survey in community service station, bedridden, ill, disabled elderly inconvenience involved, so the actual malnutrition prevalence rate is higher than the survey results. There are also survey shows that the incidence of malnutrition in elderly patients as high as 29%-6.相关的主题文章: