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Diarrhea in tube-fed burn patients: incidence, etiology, nutritional impact, and prevention.
TLDR
It is concluded that a low fat, vitamin A enriched, and early enteral support program maximizes conditions which promote tube feeding tolerance while minimizing nutrient malabsorption during the nutritional rehabilitation of thermal injury.
Differential effects of three enteral dietary regimens on selected outcome variables in burn patients.
TLDR
It is believed that MTF is effective in modulating an improved response to burn injury in patients supported with an inherently large dose of fat and linoleic acid.
Oral abstracts of the 21st International AIDS Conference 18–22 July 2016, Durban, South Africa
Within the first weeks of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, virus replication reaches systemic circulation. Despite the critical, causal role of virus replication in determining
SURVEY OF NATURAL FOOD SUBSTANCES WHICH MODIFY RESPONSE TO RADIATION. Final Report, January 15, 1960-August 31, 1961
Whole-body gamma-radiation doses of 350 to 390 r resulted in 87 to 94% mortality within 30 days for guinea pigs fed a bran-oat, corn oil, vitamin A, and vitamin C diet. Supplements of dehydrated
Clinical utility of a glucose reflectance meter for screening neonates for hypoglycemia.
TLDR
The glucose reflectance meter provides a rapid and clinically useful method of screening for neonatal hypoglycemia and is correlated with laboratory-determined concentrations.