• Jan Wernerman

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    Professor Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, Karolinska University Hospital Huddinge and Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden

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  • Indirect Calorimetry to Measure Energy Requirements: From Consensus to

    • 30/11/2016

    Why Personalize Nutrition Therapy?   The need for personalized nutrition therapy for ICU patients is shown by several observational studies that measured the energy needs of critically ill patients. The 2005 study by Villet and colleagues found that patients with an energy deficit had an increased number of complications, especially infections (Villet et al. 2005). Weijs and colleagues (2014)...

  • Nutrition Monitoring

    • 29/09/2015

    Most important when monitoring nutrition is to decide upon the nutritional goal for the individual patient. Technically nutrition balance, indirect calorimetry and blood chemistry are the cornerstones. To monitor nutrition is not complicated or difficult. What is more problematic is to monitor nutritional risk and to define the purpose or target for nutrition, especially in the critically...

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