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2) In the hospital setting the food handler should wear a fresh plastic apron over the usual kitchen dress. 27 (3) Use clean utensils, containers and chopping boards which have been through a dishwasher. (4) In a hospital kitchen, work surfaces should be wiped with a suitable disinfectant solution before ‘clean’ meals are prepared. This precaution should be unnecessary at home. g. chopping boards). (6) A fresh packet or tin should be used for each meal to avoid re-opening containers. g. ) can be divided into convenient size portions and individually wrapped at the beginning of each day.

1 Portion sizes for different age groups 1 year 2–3 years 3–5 years 10 years Meal pattern 3 small meals and 3 snacks plus milk 3 meals and 2–3 snacks or milky drinks 3 meals and 1–2 snacks or milky drinks 3 meals and 1–2 snacks or milky drinks Meat, fish etc. g. custard/yoghurt) 2 tablespoons (60 g) 2–3 tablespoons (60–80 g) 4 tablespoons (120 g); 1 carton yoghurt (150 g) 6 tablespoons (180 g) Bread 1 1 large slice (40 g) 1–2 large slices (40–80 g) 2–4 large slices (80–160 g) Breakfast cereal /2 –1 slice (20–30 g) 1 1 tablespoon (15 g); /2 Weetabix 1–1 /2 tablespoons (15– 20 g); 1 Weetabix 2–3 tablespoons (20– 30 g); 1 Weetabix 3–4 tablespoons (30–40 g); 2 Weetabix Drinks 3 /4 teacup (100 ml) 1 teacup (150 ml) 1 teacup (150 ml) 1 mug (200 ml) Milk 500 ml whole milk/day 350 ml whole or semiskimmed/day 350 ml whole or semiskimmed/day 350 ml whole, semiskimmed or skimmed/day 1 Provision of Nutrition in a Hospital Setting tion to this the dietitian assists in the provision of modified diets within the hospital.

A list of prescribable items appears in the Monthly Index of Medical Specialities (MIMS) and in the British National Formulary (BNF) under the Borderline Substances Appendix. Children under the age of 16 years in the UK are exempt from prescription charges. 05 Carbohydrate glucose polymer 75 g/100 g Osmolality 216 mOsm/kg H2O at 10% dilution 18 Clinical Paediatric Dietetics REFERENCES 1 Lucas A, Ewing G, Roberts SB, Coward WA How much energy does the breast-fed infant consume and expend? Brit Med J, 1987, 295 75–7.

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