Pancreatic protein secretion and gastrointestinal hormone release in response to parenteral amino acids and lipid in dogs.

@article{Fried1982PancreaticPS,
  title={Pancreatic protein secretion and gastrointestinal hormone release in response to parenteral amino acids and lipid in dogs.},
  author={Gerald M. Fried and W. David Ogden and A Rhea and George H. Greeley and James F. Thompson},
  journal={Surgery},
  year={1982},
  volume={92 5},
  pages={
          902-5
        }
}
Parenteral nutrition has been advocated for and used in clinical situations in which provision of calories without stimulation of pancreatic secretion is desired. A recent report, however, provided evidence for substantial stimulation of pancreatic secretion after parenteral administration of amino acids and fat. We have studied the effect of intravenous administration of crystalline amino acids and lipid on pancreatic protein secretion and release of gastrointestinal hormones in five dogs with… CONTINUE READING