Alcohol in intravenous feeding.


Some degree of starvation is a common and accepted sequel to severe injury, and for several days after major operations patients usually lose their appetite and do not eat. In the past attempts have been made to avoid this period of starvation by means of intravenous feeding with protein hydrolysates and various sources of energy. Close examination of the… (More)

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