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Effect of two different feeding methods on preventing ventilator associated pneumonia in the paediatric intensive care unit (PICU): A randomised controlled study.

Sonmez Duzkaya D; Yildiz S.
Australian Critical Care

Evaluation of the effects of intermittent nasogastric catheter feeding versus those of continuous feeding through a nasoduodenal catheter in preventing ventilator associated pneumonia.

Impact of nutritional support that does and does not meet guideline standards on clinical outcome in surgical patients at nutritional risk: a prospective cohort study.

Sun DL; Li WM; Li SM; Cen YY; Lin YY; Xu QW; Li YJ; Sun YB; Qi YX; Yang T; Lu QP; Xu PY.
Nutrition Journal.

The impact of nutritional support on clinical outcomes in patients at nutritional risk according to guideline standards.

Timing and outcome of stoma closure in very low birth weight infants with surgical intestinal disorders

Mochizuki K; Hayakawa M; Urushihara N; Miyake H; Yokoi A; Shiraishi J; Fujinaga H; Ohashi K; Esumi G; Ohfuji S; Amae S; Yanai T; Furukawa T; Tazuke Y; Minagawa K; Okuyama H.
Surgery Today

Study to verify whether the timing of stoma closure and that of enteral nutrition establishment after stoma closure in Very Low Birth Weight Infants differ among the most common intestinal disorders.

Focus on nutrition [Editorial]

Singer P; Citerio G; Doig G.
Intensive Care Medicine

Commentary on the previously published article, "The truth about nutrition in the ICU" [Singer P, Doig GS, Pichard C (2014) Intensive Care Med 40(2):252–255]

Enteral Nutrition and Acid-Suppressive Therapy in the PICU: Impact on the Risk of Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia.

Albert BD; Zurakowski D; Bechard LJ; Priebe GP; Duggan CP; Heyland DK; Mehta NM.
Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Study of the prevalence of ventilator-associated pneumonia and its association with clinical/nutrition-related therapies in mechanically ventilated children.

[Enteral nutrition therapy in critical care : Current knowledge, controversies, and practical implementation]. [Review] [German]

Hohn A; Stolecki D; Schroder S.
Medizinische Klinik, Intensivmedizin Und Notfallmedizin

An overview of current knowledge and practical strategies for successful implementation of enteral nutrition in intensive care patients.

Assessment of drug administration via feeding tube and the knowledge of health-care professionals in a university hospital

Demirkan K; Bayraktar-Ekincioglu A; Gulhan-Halil M; Abbasoglu O.
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Results of a questionnaire given to doctors, nurses and pharmacists to determine their attitudes on drug administration through a feeding tube.

Outcomes of exclusive enteral nutrition in paediatric Crohn's disease.

Lafferty L; Tuohy M; Carey A; Sugrue S; Hurley M; Hussey S.
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

The aims of this study were to compare the outcomes of EEN to corticosteroid therapy in newly diagnosed, treatment-naive patients with Crohn's and to describe the outcomes of EEN in a national cohort of paediatric Crohn's patients over a 10-year period.

[Analysis of Patients Who Received Enteral Nutrition in the Course of Chemotherapy]. [Japanese]

Kawada J; Nishino M; Hata T; Ogino T; Hoshino H; Okano M; Nagai K; Kim Y; Okuyama M; Tsujinaka T.
Gan to Kagaku Ryoho [Japanese Journal of Cancer & Chemotherapy]

Evaluation of the efficacy and safety of chemotherapy for gastric cancer while receiving enteral nutrition.

Management of gastroschisis. [Review]

Skarsgard ED
Current Opinion in Pediatrics

A review of the epidemiology, prenatal diagnosis, postnatal treatment, and short and long-term outcomes of gastroschisis.