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Is it possible to evaluate the efficacy of amino acid solutions after major surgical procedures or accidental injuries? Evaluation in a randomized and prospective study

Is it possible to evaluate the efficacy of amino acid solutions after major surgical procedures or accidental injuries? Evaluation in a randomized and prospective study

Jpen. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition 10(1): 29-33

Two unbalanced amino acid solutions (essential amino acids, branched-chain amino acids) were compared with a complete and balanced amino acid solution with regard to efficacy of nitrogen balance. Patients were randomized to receive the amino acid solutions over 3 days. The patients were examined after operation or directly after accidental trauma. Nonprotein energy was given as 40 kcal/kg daily consisting of 50% fat and 50% glucose. N was given at 0.15 g/kg daily.

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DOI: 10.1177/014860718601000129

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