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(refeeding syndrome)
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  • Refeeding syndrome as treatment complication of anorexia nervosa. [Review]
    Psychiatr Pol 2019; 53(5):1113-1123Skowrońska A, Sójta K, Strzelecki D
  • Refeeding syndrome (RS) is one of the serious complications during treatment of anorexia nervosa. It includes hormonal and metabolic changes that occur during the process of refeeding in chronically malnourished patient when nutrition is introduced in an excessive and improper amount. RS manifests in water-electrolyte imbalances, including hypophosphatemia (the mostimportant diagnosticmarker), hy…
    J Zoo Wildl Med 2020; 50(4):853-860Mulreany LM, Kinney ME, … Werre SR
  • Parenteral nutrition (PN) is one method of providing nutrient support to hospitalized, nondomestic ruminants that have a decreased appetite in hospital or have high metabolic demands caused by illness. There are a limited number of published reports of the use of PN in nondomestic ruminants. A retrospective evaluation of PN use in adult (>6 mo of age) hospitalized ruminants at the San Diego Zoo S…
  • Refeeding syndrome: update and clinical advice for prevention, diagnosis and treatment. [Journal Article]
    Curr Opin Gastroenterol 2019Friedli N, Odermatt J, … Stanga Z
  • CONCLUSIONS: Due to the increased use of nutritional therapy in inpatient settings, physicians should be aware of possible side effects, particularly in connection with the refeeding syndrome. In this context, every patient should undergo a risk assessment for refeeding syndrome and stratification before starting nutritional therapy. For patients at high risk, nutritional support should be administered with adapted energy and fluid support during the replenishment phase. In addition, the occurrence of RFS during nutritional therapy must be continuously evaluated, and appropriate steps taken if necessary.
  • Management of Refeeding Syndrome in Medical Inpatients. [Review]
    J Clin Med 2019; 8(12)Reber E, Friedli N, … Stanga Z
  • Refeeding syndrome (RFS) is the metabolic response to the switch from starvation to a fed state in the initial phase of nutritional therapy in patients who are severely malnourished or metabolically stressed due to severe illness. It is characterized by increased serum glucose, electrolyte disturbances (particularly hypophosphatemia, hypokalemia, and hypomagnesemia), vitamin depletion (especially…
  • Nutritional Intervention in Chronic Liver Failure. [Review]
    Visc Med 2019; 35(5):292-298Plauth M
  • Patients suffering from chronic liver failure (CLF) frequently are malnourished and do not achieve an adequate intake of nutrients, in particular protein. Low protein intake and loss of muscle mass and function, termed sarcopenia, are indicators of a poor outcome. CLF patients, therefore, should be screened for risk of malnutrition using a validated tool, and if positive, full assessment of nutri…
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