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Visceral protein increase associated with interrupt versus continuous enteral hyperalimentation

Jpen. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition 9(4): 474-476
Visceral protein increase associated with interrupt versus continuous enteral hyperalimentation
Two groups of 10 afebrile matched control patients were on continuous enteral hyperalimentation for 19 +or- 6 days with no improvement in serum albumin or serum transferrin values. No changes were made in the feeding schedules of 10 of the patients. Feeding schedules of the other 10 patients were changed to an 8-h interrupt enteral hyperalimentation with energy, protein and volume being provided remaining the same. Repeat serum albumin and transferrin values were obtained after 10 days.

Accession: 001507864

PMID: 3928924

DOI: 10.1177/0148607185009004474

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