The importance of clinical factors in parenteral nutrition-associated hypertriglyceridemia.

@article{Llop2003TheIO,
  title={The importance of clinical factors in parenteral nutrition-associated hypertriglyceridemia.},
  author={Josep Manel Llop and Pilar Sab{\'i}n and Margarita Garau and Rosa Mar{\'i}a Bonilla Burgos and Mar{\'i}a Ver{\'o}nica Dom{\'i}nguez P{\'e}rez and Javier Pardo Mass{\'o} and Daniel Cardona and J M S{\'a}nchez Segura and Rosa Garriga and Santiago Castellanos Redondo and Mar{\'i}a Sagal{\'e}s and D{\'e}bora F{\'e}rrer and M. D. Grauges Pons and M. Vuelta and Xavier F{\`a}bregas and M. Vitales and Tom{\'a}s Casas{\'i}n and Jos{\'e} Gustavo Hern{\'a}ndez Mart{\'i}nez and Leonardo Morato and Marta Viviana Soler},
  journal={Clinical nutrition},
  year={2003},
  volume={22 6},
  pages={
          577-83
        }
}
AIMS The purpose of this study was to establish the relevance of several clinical factors associated with parenteral nutrition (PN) hypertriglyceridemia and to construct a predictive model for this complication. METHOD This multicenter study included all patients with initial serum triglyceridemia <3 mmol and receiving a minimum of 7 days' PN therapy. The study ended for each patient when hypertriglyceridemia developed or PN was terminated. Two multivariate models were constructed, one to… CONTINUE READING
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