Intravenous feeding kinetics and its effects on energy and nitrogen metabolism.

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Various modes of intravenous nutrient administration may be associated with characteristic alterations in physiologic and metabolic host responses. Notably, cyclic parenteral nutrition produces greater short-term thermic effects than continuous nutrient infusion. This may increase the metabolic burden upon patients who exhibit cardiopulmonary insufficiency… (More)

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@article{Hyltander1994IntravenousFK, title={Intravenous feeding kinetics and its effects on energy and nitrogen metabolism.}, author={Anders G. Hyltander}, journal={Nutrition in clinical practice : official publication of the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition}, year={1994}, volume={9 2}, pages={51-7} }