Advances in Parenteral Nutrition [electronic resource] : Proceedings of an International Symposium held in Bermuda, 16–19th May, 1977 / edited by Ivan D. A. Johnston
- Johnston, Ivan D. A.
- Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1978.
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- Section I Foundations of Parenteral Nutrition -- 1. Metabolic foundations of intravenous nutrition -- Section II Carbohydrates in Parenteral Nutrition -- 2. Some general considerations concerning the use of carbohydrates in parenteral nutrition -- 3. Metabolic pathways for carbohydrates in parenteral nutrition -- 4. Short-term parenteral nutrition with and without fructose -- 5. Evaluation of non-glucose carbohydrates in parenteral nutrition -- Panel Discussion -- Section III Amino Acids in Parenteral Nutrition -- 6. Intracellular amino acids and energy metabolism in catabolic patients with regard to muscle tissue -- 7. Biological limiting factors to parenteral amino acid feeding in man -- 8. Isotonic crystalline amino acids for protein sparing -- 9. The protein-sparing effect of isotonic amino acids: metabolic considerations -- Section IV Fat Emulsions in Parenteral Nutrition -- 10. Use of fat emulsions in parenteral nutrition -- 11. Lipid metabolism in stress -- 12. Role of lipid as a source of nonprotein calories -- 13. Effect of long-term administration of fat emulsion on lipid deposition in the reticuloendothelial system in man -- 14. Toxicity of lipids -- Section V Trace Elements in Parenteral Nutrition -- 15. Trace element formulations in intravenous feeding -- 16. Zinc and other trace elements -- Panel Discussion -- Section VI Parenteral Nutrition in Paediatrics -- 17. Aspects of intravenous feeding in childhood -- 18. Study of the use of total parenteral nutrition in neonates suffering from necrotizing enterocolitis -- 19. Use of Travasol in paediatric patients -- 20. Abnormalities of amino acid metabolism in the newborn -- Section VII Control of Infection in Parenteral Nutrition -- 21. Microbial hazards in the assembly of intravenous infusions -- 22. Bacterial contamination of intravenous infusions due to faulty technique -- 23. The incidence of nosocomial infection in patients receiving total parenteral nutrition -- 24. Tracing sources of infection associated with parenteral infusions -- Section VIII Biochemical Aspects of Parenteral Nutrition -- 25. Acid-base balance during parenteral nutrition with Travasol -- 26. Metabolic complications of parenteral nutrition -- 27. The compatibility of extemporaneously added drug additives with Travasol (amino acid) injection -- Section IX Clinical Aspects of Parenteral Nutrition -- 28. Clinical experience of total parenteral nutrition -- 29. Protein sparing therapy during prolonged ileus -- 30. Cholestatic jaundice during parenteral alimentation in adults -- 31. The importance of parenteral nutrition as an adjunct to cancer treatment -- 32. Artificial nutrition and the gastrointestinal tract: some clinical and experimental data -- Section X Parenteral Nutrition and Body Composition: Assessment of Therapy -- 33. The tissue composition of surgical weight loss -- 34. Research in malnutrition and its application to parenteral feeding -- 35. The use of body composition measurements to assess the efficacy of parenteral nutrition -- 36. Use of 40K counting and its relationship to other estimates of lean body mass -- Appendix — SI units.
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