Positive Nitrogen Balance in Hypercatabolic States: Results Obtained with Parenteral Feeding after Major Surgical Procedures View Full Text


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DATE

1975-03

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Ph. Loirat, J. E. Rohan, A Chapman, F. Beaufils, R. David, R. Nedey

ABSTRACT

Conclusive evidence that positive nitrogen balance can regularly be achieved during hypercatabolic states has not yet been established. Nitrogen balance has been measured in 15 patients over the first ten days following major surgical procedures whilst they were receiving parenteral alimentation with constant high caloric intake. A linear correlation was found between daily nitrogen intake and balance. The slope of the regression lines (0.430 to 0.837) and the nitrogen needs (9 to 18 g/m2 /day) vary from one patient to another. All patients were in positive nitrogen balance when intake was high, regardless of the post-operative day considered. Positive or equilibrated cumulative nitrogen balance could be obtained when mean nitrogen intake was kept over 13 g/m2 /day. This positive nitrogen balance can be obtained during hypercatabolic states. From this study and from data found in the literature it can be concluded that parenteral hype ralimentation is beneficial in the immediate post operative period after major surgical procedures. More... »

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11-17

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