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Enteral nutrition in critically ill patients undergoing vasoactive support due to hemodynamic instability is controversial. Hypothesis: enteral nutrition delivered in such patients can be feasible and safe.
The purpose of the study is to compare continuous versus intermittent strategy for enteral nutrition. The study will examine if there is a difference in achieving nutritional delivery goals, tolerance and number of complications of enteral nutrition.
The objective of this study is to compare the difference in daily protein intake of critically ill patients in two standardized enteral nutrition formulas (20% versus 33% percent) with the same caloric density of 1.2 kcal/ml. The total amount of protein taken in on day four after starting the early enteral feeding is defined as primary endpoint.
Enteral nutrition can provides prophylaxis against stress ulcer bleeding in critically ill patients and there may be no need to use acid suppressing drugs for stress ulcer bleeding prophylaxis in these patients. Half of the patients on enteral nutrition will not receive any acid suppressing drugs while other half receives it. They will be followed for gastrointestinal bleeding.
The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the effectives of enteral nutrition in the treatment of pancreatic fistulas. The ratio of pancreatic fistula closure after 30 days is selected as the primary outcome measure with the null hypothesis assuming that enteral nutrition provides better results than parenteral nutrition as far as the closure ratio, time to closure and treatment-related complications are concerned.
Short-term outcomes of parenteral and enteral nutrition for patients unable to eat normally were compared and analyzed.
To evaluate the impact of enteral nutrition on microaspiration of gastric content and pharyngeal secretions
Phase III, medical, multicentric, controlled, open label, two-parallel groups, randomized, clinical trial. The aim of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of home enteral nutrition on the nutritional status, the quality of life and tolerance to chemotherapy, in malnourished patients who undergo major gastrointestinal surgery for malignancy (oesophagus, stomach, pancreas, biliary tract). Patients were randomized to receive either home enteral nutrition (HEN, treatment g...
To determine whether high-protein (24% of total calorie from protein) enteral nutrition of immune modulating nutrients (eg, ω-3 fatty acids and antioxidants) enriched with β-glucan stimulates immune functions compared with standard enteral nutrition (control: 20% of total calorie from protein) or high-protein (24% of total calorie from protein) enteral nutrition of immune modulating nutrients without β-glucan in critically ill patients.
The aim of the study was to assess the clinical effect of immunostimulatory enteral and parenteral nutrition in patients undergoing resection for gastrointestinal cancer. 205 subjects were randomly assigned into four study groups, standard and immunostimulating, enteral and parenteral. The study was designed to test the hypothesis that immunonutrition and enteral nutrition would reduce the incidence of infectious complications following upper gastrointestinal surgery.
Immunomodulating enteral nutrition in the perioperative period may reduce postoperative complications in cancer patients. Little is known if this effect translates to the better survival. The aim of study was to assess the impact of postoperative immunomodulating enteral nutrition on postoperative complications and survival of gastric cancer patients. The group of 98 gastric cancer patients were randomly assigned for postoperative immunomodulating enteral nutrition n=44...
The aim of this study is to compare two nutritional regimes in critically ill patients. Patients will be randomized to standard care (25 kcal per kg) or to hypocaloric nutrition (15 kcal per kg). Both regimes will recive 1,7 g/Kg/dia The main outcome will be the SOFA (sequential organ failure assessment) score. The hypothesis is that hypocaloric hyperproteic diet decreases the incidence of organic failure in these patients.
The purpose of this prospective observational study seeks to assess ability to achieve enteral feeding goals with standard polymeric enteral formula in a stable, pediatric tube-fed population.
This pilot study aims to test the tolerability of low-carbohydrate enteral nutrition in patients with bacterial septic shock.
Mechanical ventilation has become one of the most important supportive treatment methods to save the life of critically ill children over time. Ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) is a common complication of mechanical ventilation. It is one of the leading causes of hospital-acquired infections in the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU).VAP can aggravate patients' condition and have adverse effect on mechanical ventilation. Moreover, VAP is associated with significant incre...
The rapidity and the quality of fluid resuscitation in patients with severe sepsis are important factors for the prevention of secondary multi-organ failure. Vascular filling may also have an impact on tolerability of enteral nutrition. The earliness and quantity of calories provided by enteral nutrition may have an impact on morbidity and mortality. This study will asses the effects of volume expansion on hemodynamics and tolerability of enteral nutrition in patients with seve...
The goal of this study is to evaluate whether a standard enteral nutrition protocol can improve the efficiency in achieving nutritional goals and improve prognosis in critically ill patients.
The modified-Exclusive Enteral Nutrition (mEEN) is an open label randomized controlled pilot trial in mild to severe Crohn's Disease patients. The purpose of this study is to determine whether induction of remission and maintenance of remission can be achieved with a new dietary strategy that involves only 2 weeks of Exclusive Enteral Nutrition (EEN) with Modulen and 12 weeks of an exclusion diet involving selected table foods. This novel approach will be compared to the gold s...
The purpose of the study is to determine the tolerance on lipid metabolism and the safety of short-term parenteral nutrition as compared to enteral nutrition in critically ill patients with liver failure.
The purpose of this trial is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the implementation of an Algorithm for enteral nutrition support compared with usual standard practice in non-critical hospitalized patients: ASNET algorithm.
The aim of this study is to compare two strategies of early enteral nutrition in terms of efficacy and complications in mechanically ventilated patients.
This study plans to learn more about the impact of enteral nutrition on bacteria in critically ill trauma patients with brain injury. Specifically, it seeks to understand the effect that a prebiotic containing enteral feeding formula (Nutraflora scFOS in Vital AF) has on the gut, oral, and skin bacteria. A prebiotic is a special form of dietary fiber that acts as a fertilizer for good bacteria. The prebiotic Nutraflora scFOS has been cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administra...
Patients will be randomized to Gradual or immediate Goal-dose EN group at day 3 after abdominal surgery. Patients will receive Goal-dose EN gradually or immediately after abdominal surgery. Both groups will receive EN for 5 days except 80% of target energy delivered by oral feeding or patients are discharged from hospital. The primary and secondary outcomes will be collected.
In critically ill patients, a strategy aimed at an early delivery of full caloric support, with a combination of Enteral Nutrition (EN) and Parenteral Nutrition (PN) (in conditions preventing hyperglycemia and overfeeding), results in shorter ICU and hospital stay and less morbidity as compared to a strategy using only EN.
This prospective observational study seeks to demonstrate the ability to meet nutritional needs of a calorically dense enteral formula in critically ill patients.