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Information for Health Care Professionals - References

References

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Self-Screening

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To help you check if you are losing too much weight and are at risk of becoming malnourished, BAPEN has developed a simple screening tool you can use along with advice to follow if you are at risk of becoming malnourished.

Calculate your risk