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STATEMENT OF POTENTIAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST No potential conflict of interest was reported by the authors.
FUNDING/SUPPORT The manuscript titled “Respiratory Muscle Strength Measures Used to Assess Nutritional Status of Hospitalized Patients” was funded by a grant from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation and the Dietetics in Nutrition Support Practice Group annual grant.
AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS The manuscript was made possible by a collection of work from the coauthors. H. K. Zellner, O. A. Moss, S. J. Peterson, S. Hicks-McGarry, and E. Moran collected the data. H. K. Zellner wrote the first draft with contributions from S. J. Peterson and S. Foley. All coauthors reviewed and commented on subsequent drafts and data analysis of the manuscript.