Appropriateness of peripheral parenteral nutrition use in adult patients at an academic medical center.

  title={Appropriateness of peripheral parenteral nutrition use in adult patients at an academic medical center.},
  author={D. Sugrue and Andrew S. Jarrell and R. Kruer and Stephanie M. Davis and D. Johnson and Evelyn Tsui and S. Snyder and Jessica R Crow},
  journal={Clinical nutrition ESPEN},
  • D. Sugrue, Andrew S. Jarrell, +5 authors Jessica R Crow
  • Published 2018
  • Medicine
  • Clinical nutrition ESPEN
  • BACKGROUND & AIMS Current evidence and guidelines identify patient populations who may benefit from parenteral nutrition. Peripheral parenteral nutrition (PPN) may be indicated for a subset of patients; however, PPN therapy carries a risk of associated adverse effects. The purpose of this project was to assess appropriateness of current PPN prescribing practices at an academic medical center to determine whether additional guidance and oversight may be beneficial. METHODS Adult patients… CONTINUE READING
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