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Relevant Nutrition Therapy in COVID-19 and the Constraints on Its Delivery by a Unique Disease Process.

Patel JJ; Martindale RG; McClave SA.
Nutrition in Clinical Practice.

This article offers relevant and practical recommendations on optimization of nutrition therapy in patients with COVID‐19.

Gut rest strategy and trophic feeding in the acute phase of critical illness with acute gastrointestinal injury.

Zhang D; Li H; Li Y; Qu L.
Nutrition Research Reviews.

Analysis of current guidelines that may be contraindicated in certain patients with acute gastrointestinal injury because overuse of the gut in the acute phase of critical illness.

Challenging barriers to an option for improved provision of enteral nutrition.

Schwarzenberg SJ; Borowitz D et.al.
Journal of Cystic Fibrosis.

Evaluation of a Semi-Solidifying Liquid Formula for Nasogastric Tube Feeding After Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

Ishikawa S; Kitabatake K; Edamatsu K; Sugano A; Yusa K; Iino M.
Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.

The aim of the study was to evaluate a semi-solidifying liquid formula for nasogastric tube feeding after oral and maxillofacial surgery.

The effect of early oral feeding after esophagectomy on the incidence of anastomotic leakage: an updated review.

Zhang C; Zhang M; Gong L; Wu W.
Postgraduate Medicine.

This review describes the correlation of early oral feeding and the incidence of anastomotic leakage after esophageal resection.

Early Versus Delayed Enteral Feeding for Achieving Full Feeding in Preterm Growth-Restricted Infants: A Randomized Clinical Trial.

Ahmed F; Dey SK; Shahidullah M; Mannan MA; Raj AY; Sharmin S.
Mymensingh Medical Journal: MMJ.

This trial was conducted in Bangladesh to evaluate the effect of early versus delayed enteral feeding on preterm growth-restricted infants.

Two parenteral amino acid solutions and plasma levels of amino acids in the neonate: A randomized trial.

Anaya-Florez MS; Barbosa-Cortes L; Villasis-Keever MA; Aguilar-Monroy S; Montalvo-Velarde I; Lopez-Alarcon M; Lledias-Corona M; Huerta-Tecanhuey A; Maldonado-Hernandez J; Madrigal-Muniz O; Gonzalez-Cabello H.

We aimed, first, to compare amino acid plasma levels between neonates on total parenteral nutrition who were receiving an intravenous amino acid solution based on a breast milk aminogram and pediatric amino acids based on an umbilical cord aminogram, and second, to determine the frequency of total parenteral nutrition-associated cholestasis.

Variations in practice patterns for adult cancer patients on home parenteral nutrition in Canada.

Tran V; Bielawska B; Jeejeebhoy KN; Gramlich LM; Raman M; Whittaker JS; Armstrong D; Marliss EB; Allard JP.

The aim of this study was to characterize regional variations in practice patterns for cancer patients on home parenteral nutrition using data from the Canadian HPN Registry.

Intestinal failure-associated liver disease in adult patients

Morgan J; Dibb M; Lal S.
Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition & Metabolic Care.

The aim of this review is to give updated information on intestinal failure-associated liver disease and how its investigation and management has evolved.

Clinical Nutrition in Critical Care Medicine - Guideline of the German Society for Nutritional Medicine (DGEM).

Elke G; Hartl WH; Kreymann KG; Adolph M; Felbinger TW; Graf T; de Heer G; Heller AR; Kampa U; Mayer K; Muhl E; Niemann B; Rumelin A; Steiner S; Stoppe C; Weimann A; Bischoff SC.
Clinical Nutrition ESPEN.

This present guideline provides clinicians with updated consensus-based recommendations for clinical nutrition in adult critically ill patients who suffer from at least one acute organ dysfunction
requiring specific drug therapy and/or a mechanical support device to maintain organ function.