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Does intravenous fish oil affect the growth of extremely low birth weight preterm infants on parenteral nutrition

Biagetti C; Correani A; D'Ascenzo R; Bellagamba MP; Marchionni P; Antognoli L; Pompilio A; Cogo P; Carnielli VP.
Clinical Nutrition.

Authors studied the effect of fish oil containing intravenous lipid emulsions vs standard intravenous lipid emulsions on growth in a large cohort of preterm infants who received routine parenteral nutrition.

Supplemental parenteral nutrition improves immunity with unchanged carbohydrate and protein metabolism in critically ill patients: The SPN2 randomized tracer study.

Berger MM; Pantet O; Jacquelin-Ravel N; Charriere M; Schmidt S; Becce F; Audran R; Spertini F; Tappy L; Pichard C.
Clinical Nutrition.

The study investigated the metabolic and immune responses underlying the clinical response of a previous trial.

Intravenous Fish Oil Monotherapy as a Source of Calories and Fatty Acids Promotes Age-Appropriate Growth in Pediatric Patients with Intestinal Failure-Associated Liver Disease.

Gura K; Premkumar MH; Calkins KL; Puder M.
Journal of Pediatrics.

The objective was to compare growth in children with intestinal failure-associated liver disease who received a fish oil intravenous lipid emulsion to those who received a soybean oil intravenous lipid emulsion

NICE guidelines on neonatal parenteral nutrition: a step towards standardised care but evidence is scarce.

Webbe J; Gale C.
The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health.

The latest guideline by the UK's National Institute for Health and Care Excellence on neonatal parenteral nutrition is important given the deficiencies frequently found in the provision of neonatal nutritional care in the UK.

Cholestatic liver injury induced by food additives, dietary supplements and parenteral nutrition.

Vilas-Boas V; Gijbels E; Jonckheer J; De Waele E; Vinken M.
Environment International.

This paper provides an overview of the current knowledge on cholestatic injury associated with drugs, ingredients contained in food, food supplements and parenteral nutrition, with particular emphasis on the underlying mechanisms of toxicity.

Effect of withholding early parenteral nutrition in PICU on ketogenesis as potential mediator of its outcome benefit

De Bruyn A; Gunst J; Goossens C; Vander Perre S; Guerra GG; Verbruggen S; Joosten K; Langouche L; Van den Berghe G.
Critical Care (London, England).

We hypothesized that fasting-induced ketogenesis by omitting early use of parenteral nutrition reduces infections, accelerates weaning from mechanical ventilation, and shortens ICU stays.

Association between enteral macronutrient delivery and inflammatory response in critically ill children.

Zaher S; White D; Ridout J; Valla F; Branco R; Meyer R; Pathan N.
Clinical Nutrition.

We assessed the amount of enteral macronutrients delivered compared to estimated requirements, and the association between delivered macronutrients and systemic inflammation.

Altered host-gut microbes symbiosis in severely malnourished anorexia nervosa (AN) patients undergoing enteral nutrition: An explicative factor of functional intestinal disorders?

Hanachi M; Manichanh C; Schoenenberger A; Pascal V; Levenez F; Cournede N; Dore J; Melchior JC.
Clinical Nutrition.

We studied the association between functional intestinal disorders severity and dysbiosis of intestinal microbiota in severely malnourished patient population with anorexia nervosa undergoing enteral nutrition.

Fish Oil-Containing Lipid Emulsions in Adult Parenteral Nutrition: A Review of the Evidence.

Abbasoglu O; Hardy G; Manzanares W; Pontes-Arruda A.
Jpen: Journal of Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition.

The aim of the review was to present findings from recent clinical trials and studies investigating the effects of administering intravenous fish oil alone or as part of a multilipid emulsion and to examine their quality.

Cost, Time, and Error Assessment During Preparation of Parenteral Nutrition: Multichamber Bags Versus Hospital-Compounded Bags.

Berlana D; Almendral MA; Abad MR; Fernandez A; Torralba A; Cervera-Peris M; Pineiro G; Romero-Jimenez R; Vazquez A; Ramirez E; Yebenes M; Munoz A.
Jpen: Journal of Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition.

The aims of the study were to evaluate the cost of parenteral nutrition using multichamber bags compared with hospital-compounded bags and to assess and compare preparation time and errors related to the production and preparation processes of parenteral nutrition bags.