Appropriate protein provision in critical illness: a systematic and narrative review.

  title={Appropriate protein provision in critical illness: a systematic and narrative review.},
  author={L John Hoffer and Bruce Ryan Bistrian},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  volume={96 3},
BACKGROUND Widely varying recommendations have been published with regard to the appropriate amount of protein or amino acids to provide in critical illness. OBJECTIVE We carried out a systematic review of clinical trials that compared the metabolic or clinical effects of different protein intakes in adult critical illness and comprehensively reviewed all of the available evidence pertinent to the safe upper limit of protein provision in this setting. DESIGN MEDLINE was searched for… CONTINUE READING

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