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Effect of early enteral nutrition support for the management of acute severe pancreatitis: A protocol of systematic review.

Guo YB; Liu Y; Ma J; Cai Y; Jiang XM; Zhang H.
Medicine.

Summarize the most recent evidence which assess the effect of early enteral nutrition support
for the management of acute severe pancreatitis
.

Association of Bolus Feeding With Splanchnic and Cerebral Oxygen Utilization Efficiency Among Premature Infants With Anemia and After Blood Transfusion.

Balegar V KK; Jayawardhana M; Martin AJ; de Chazal P; Nanan RKH.
JAMA Network Open.

Investigation of the oxygen utilization efficiency of preterm gut and brain, challenged with bolus feeding during anemia and after transfusion.

Nasogastric versus nasojejunal tube feeding for severe acute pancreatitis.

Dutta AK; Goel A; Kirubakaran R; Chacko A; Tharyan P.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.

Results from randomised trials that included adult participants with acute severe pancreatitis from India, Scotland, and US comparing feeding via nasogastric versus nasojejunal tubes.

Lactoferrin infant feeding trial_Canada (LIFT_Canada): protocol for a randomized trial of adding lactoferrin to feeds of very-low-birth-weight preterm infants.

Asztalos EV; Barrington K; Lodha A; Tarnow-Mordi W; Martin A.
BMC Pediatrics.

Test of hypothesis that oral bovine lactoferrin will reduce the rate of mortality or major morbidity in VBLW preterm infants.

Enteral lactoferrin supplementation for prevention of sepsis and necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm infants.

Pammi M; Suresh G.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.

Aim was to assess the safety and effectiveness of lactoferrin supplementation to enteral feeds for prevention of sepsis and necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm neonates.

The effect of a low carbohydrate formula on glycaemia in critically ill enterally-fed adult patients with hyperglycaemia: A blinded randomised feasibility trial.

Doola R; Deane AM; Tolcher DM; Presneill JJ; Barrett HL; Forbes JM; Todd AS; Okano S; Sturgess DJ.
Clinical Nutrition ESPEN.

A standardized glucose management protocol determined administration of insulin in enteral nutrition. Key outcome measures were insulin administered and glycemic variability.

Home enteral nutrition for infants after gastrointestinal surgery.

Jiang W; Zhang J; Lv X; Geng Q; Xu X; Tang W.
Clinical Nutrition ESPEN.

A review our experience and data with home enteral nutrition in a developing country in patients who were followed in our center during the past 10 years.

Impact of energy deficit during hospitalization and biomarkers at admission on clinical outcomes in critically ill children: A longitudinal study.

Carvalhal FB; Ferreira Peres WA; Fontes Lima GC; Barcellos LH; do Carmo CN; de Carvalho Padilha P.
Clinical Nutrition ESPEN.

To evaluate the impact of energy deficit during hospitalization and protein biomarkers on the clinical outcomes length of stay and duration of mechanical ventilation in children and adolescents.

The effect of enteral bolus feeding on regional intestinal oxygen saturation in preterm infants is age-dependent: a longitudinal observational study.

Kuik SJ; van Zoonen AGJF; Bos AF; Van Braeckel KNJA; Hulscher JBF; Kooi EMW.
BMC Pediatrics.

We aimed to determine the effect of enteral feeding on intestinal oxygen saturation in preterm infants and evaluated whether this effect depended on postnatal age, postmenstrual age, and/or feeding volumes.

Impact of Soluble Fiber in the Microbiome and Outcomes in Critically Ill Patients.

Venegas-Borsellino C; Kwon M.
Current Nutrition Reports.

Purpose of the review is to discuss the controversy over the effect of dietary fiber on outcomes in critical illness, microbiome and metabolic homeostasis, and current evidence and guidelines regarding supplementation in critically ill patients.