Setting the standard of nutritional assessment
The Scored Patient-Generated Subjective Global Assessment (PG-SGA©) sets the standard of nutritional assessment. The PG-SGA© is the preeminent interdisciplinary patient assessment (weight, intake, symptoms, functional status, disease state, metabolic stress and nutritional physical examination) in oncology and other chronic catabolic conditions. For 20 years, the PG-SGA© is used internationally and has entered the digital world in 2014.
The PG-SGA© enables the patient and professional to quickly and easily, but systematically assess and monitor (risk for) malnutrition and to evaluate effects of interventions. Moreover, the PG-SGA score triages for proactive (nutritional) intervention.
The Pt-Global app©
The PG-SGA© has entered the digital world
The Pt-Global app© currently targets professional use, with the intent that the patient can complete the patient part independently in the clinical or research setting.
► Easy and systematic screening
► Consistent scoring and use of validated translations
► New features in the future
Available on iOS, Android & Windows Phone.
It is also possible to use the Pt-Global app© in your webbrowser.
Read about the latest developments
- PG-SGA training courses in Groningen and Porto (May 2016) great success
The PG-SGA Training Courses held in May 2016 in Groningen, The Netherlands and Porto, Portugal were a great success. During both courses, healthcare professionals were trained in using the PG-SGA. The training included lectures on the historical basis for the development of the PG-SGA and its rationale and applications. In a practical workshop, the healthcare professionals have […]
- The PG-SGA joins the Cancer Moonshot Initiative
“Pres. JFK took something (the moon) integral to everyday life (as is nutrition) and gave voice to a simple idea (a moon landing by decade end) that seemed impossible but gave us a vision that changed the world. PG-SGA + Technology = Cancer Success” – Summary of Idea No. 870, Faith D. Ottery, MD, PhD, […]
- Poster presentations on ESPEN Congress in Copenhagen
In the past year, multiple studies have been performed on both the PG-SGA© and PG-SGA Short Form©. We are very excited to announce that these studies will be presented at the annual ESPEN Congress, 17-20 September in Copenhagen. If you will present your work on the PG-SGA© at the ESPEN Congress too, please send us […]