Pancreatic secretory responses to intravenous hyperalimentation and intraduodenal elemental and full liquid diets.

@article{Stabile1984PancreaticSR,
  title={Pancreatic secretory responses to intravenous hyperalimentation and intraduodenal elemental and full liquid diets.},
  author={Bruce E. Stabile and M A Borzatta and Richard Strawson Stubbs},
  journal={JPEN. Journal of parenteral and enteral nutrition},
  year={1984},
  volume={8 4},
  pages={377-80}
}
Intravenous hyperalimentation and enteral elemental diets have both been advocated for the nutritional support of patients with acute pancreatitis, pancreatic fistula, and proximal small bowel fistula. The exocrine pancreatic responses to these nutrients compared to one another and to full liquid diet have been inadequately studied. Therefore, pancreatic protein, volume, and bicarbonate responses to graded doses of (1) intravenous hyperalimentation, (2) intraduodenal elemental diet, and (3… CONTINUE READING

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It therefore appears that of the methods studied , only intravenous hyperalimentation can provide full nutritional support while maintaining the pancreas at rest .
Intravenous hyperalimentation and enteral elemental diets have both been advocated for the nutritional support of patients with acute pancreatitis , pancreatic fistula , and proximal small bowel fistula .
It therefore appears that of the methods studied , only intravenous hyperalimentation can provide full nutritional support while maintaining the pancreas at rest .
Intravenous hyperalimentation and enteral elemental diets have both been advocated for the nutritional support of patients with acute pancreatitis , pancreatic fistula , and proximal small bowel fistula .
Intravenous hyperalimentation and enteral elemental diets have both been advocated for the nutritional support of patients with acute pancreatitis , pancreatic fistula , and proximal small bowel fistula .
It therefore appears that of the methods studied , only intravenous hyperalimentation can provide full nutritional support while maintaining the pancreas at rest .
It therefore appears that of the methods studied , only intravenous hyperalimentation can provide full nutritional support while maintaining the pancreas at rest .
Intravenous hyperalimentation and enteral elemental diets have both been advocated for the nutritional support of patients with acute pancreatitis , pancreatic fistula , and proximal small bowel fistula .
Intravenous hyperalimentation and enteral elemental diets have both been advocated for the nutritional support of patients with acute pancreatitis , pancreatic fistula , and proximal small bowel fistula .
It therefore appears that of the methods studied , only intravenous hyperalimentation can provide full nutritional support while maintaining the pancreas at rest .
Intravenous hyperalimentation and enteral elemental diets have both been advocated for the nutritional support of patients with acute pancreatitis , pancreatic fistula , and proximal small bowel fistula .
It therefore appears that of the methods studied , only intravenous hyperalimentation can provide full nutritional support while maintaining the pancreas at rest .
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