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《Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition》 2003-02
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Hypocaloric nutrition support after intestinal surgery

HONG Zheng, ZHU Wei ming,LI Ning, LI Jie shou (Research Institute of General Surgery, Nanjing General Hospital of Nanjing Command, Nanjing 21002, Jiangsu, China)  
Objectives:To observe the role of hypocaloric nutrition support after major intestinal surgery. Methods:Forty cases after intestinal surgical procedure were randomly divided into hypocaloric group ( n =20),peripheral parenteral nutrition support of 15 kcal/(kg·d)+3 g Nitrogen/d) for 5 days and control group ( n =20,general infussion supports). Postoperative nitrogen balance, plasma proteins and body composition were detected. Results: Nitrogen balance of hypocaloric group was found to be improved, plasma proteins increased and body composition loss decreased. Conclusions:The hypocaloric nutrition support is a selected method for postoperative support.
【CateGory Index】: R459.3
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