In critically ill patients requiring mechanical ventilation for longer than 48-72 h enteral nutrition (EN) should be started early. Because EN alone may be unable to reach the target nutritional requirement, supplemental parenteral nutrition (PN) should be administered. This study aimed at describing the daily rate of administered calories and proteins according to the expected calculated targets. The impact of calorie adequacy, deficit or excess on relevant clinical outcomes was explored.

Adequacy of protein and calorie delivery according to the expected calculated targets: a day-by-day assessment in critically ill patients undergoing enteral feeding

Fabiani, Adam;Zanetti, Michela;Calabretti, Antonella;Gatti, Giuseppe;Sanson, Gianfranco
2023-01-01

Abstract

In critically ill patients requiring mechanical ventilation for longer than 48-72 h enteral nutrition (EN) should be started early. Because EN alone may be unable to reach the target nutritional requirement, supplemental parenteral nutrition (PN) should be administered. This study aimed at describing the daily rate of administered calories and proteins according to the expected calculated targets. The impact of calorie adequacy, deficit or excess on relevant clinical outcomes was explored.
2023
17-ott-2022
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https://doi-org.units.idm.oclc.org/10.1111/jhn.13105
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