M Van Brandt

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A high incidence of liver dysfunction has recently been reported in adults receiving total parenteral nutrition (TPN) for prolonged periods. Liver function tests were followed in 36 patients undergoing TPN for more than two weeks (during the period January 1979 - March 1980). The calorie intake of the patients was limited to 125% of the energy expenditure(More)
The septic and metabolic complications observed in patients receiving TPN have led to the development of teams involving people from various fields. The application of this concept and the design of a new infusion system have led to the elimination of most complications. In 15 months (January 1979 - March 1980), 68 patients were given TPN for a total(More)
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