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Enteral nutrition

Estimating the time point for nutritional failure in patients suffering from acute brain attacks in the intensive care unit

This study aimed to estimate the time point where the development of nutritional failure and feeding-related complications are more likely among critically ill, mechanically ventilated patients...

Equal efficacy of gastric and jejunal tube feeding in liver cirrhosis and/or alcoholic hepatitis: a randomised controlled study

All patients provided informed written consent to take part. Overall, the study was conducted in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki. The experimental protocol was approved by the Central...

Observation of inadvertent tube loss in ICU: effect of nasal bridles

A review of critically ill patients fed via an NI tube identified a higher incidence of tube removal of those secured with tape compared with those secured with nasal bridles, 48% versus 13%...

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