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Solutions for Illness suggested by doctors based on evidence from research.
Solutions for Illness suggested by doctors based on evidence from research.

Bhullar 2017:
A biphasic plan is recommended which includes the estimation of nutrition/antioxidant status of the general Inuit population and TB patients in Nunavut.

It can be achieved by measuring the levels of dietary micronutrient intake along with the measurement of plasma lipids, antioxidant status, BMI, vitamin concentration, total protein and albumin in plasma of the patients.

In the second phase, a randomized controlled trial of nutritional supplementation to assess the effects of nutritional intervention on the nutritional status and physical function in patients with TB is proposed.

The nutritional supplementation trial can include all the vitamins and micronutrients/ antioxidants, usually deficient in Inuit TB patients.

From the perspective of methodological rigor, much of the evidence from the second phase will be strong and shall help to determine the adequate micronutrient supplementation required for Inuit TB patients.

Based on data from studies mentioned above, the adequate nutritional supplementation can certainly diminish the pathological influences the incidence and the severity of tuberculosis among Inuit.

Overall, a follow-up on the WHO recommendations on nutritional intervention in TB by an initial assessment of nutritional status, appropriate counseling based on the nutritional status at diagnosis followed by nutritional intervention in TB by an initial assessment of nutritional status, appropriate counseling based on the nutritional status at diagnosis followed by nutritional intervention in TB patients may help in improving the Inuit health [15,16].

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