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G Iapichino, D Radrizzani, M Giacomini, A Pezzi, M Zaniboni, G Mistraletti
Nutrition in critically ill patients should be considered as therapy: assessing the energy expenditure and the termogenic effect of food, and knowing the differences among composition and amount of given substrates, it is possible restore, maintain, or at least limit the derangement of energy equilibrium. Energy metabolism comprehends assumption, storage and oxidation of nutrients: all these factors could be discriminant in critical clinical conditions, particularly cardiac and respiratory failure. Then, this review would lead the decision making process beginning from biochemistry and bioenergetics, until the metabolic strategy practically usable at the bedside of patients during the whole critical phase of their pathology...
June 2006: Minerva Anestesiologica
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