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Nutritional support of the mechanically ventilated patient



Nutritional support of the mechanically ventilated patient



Critical Care Clinics 6(3): 767-784



Mechanically ventilated patients generally depend on artificial means for nutritional supplementation. In this article we review the magnitude, pathophysiology, and clinical significance of proteolysis, and evidence that nutritional repletion is beneficial. Methods for assessing nutritional status and response to nutritional intervention are briefly discussed, as well as basic principles of anabolic and anticatabolic therapy.

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Accession: 002445913

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PMID: 2116218

DOI: 10.1097/00002727-198812000-00007



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