n−3, n−6, and n−9 polyunsaturated fatty acids—which composition in parenteral nutrition decreases severity of acute hemorrhagic necrotizing pancreatitis in rats?

@article{Kilian2004n3NA,
  title={n−3, n−6, and n−9 polyunsaturated fatty acids—which composition in parenteral nutrition decreases severity of acute hemorrhagic necrotizing pancreatitis in rats?},
  author={M. Kilian and I. Heukamp and J. I. Gregor and C. Bretthauer and M. Walz and C. Jacobi and H. Lochs and I. Schimke and H. Guski and F. Wenger},
  journal={International Journal of Colorectal Disease},
  year={2004},
  volume={21},
  pages={57-63}
}
Background and aimsAcute pancreatitis often requires parenteral nutrition. Thus, we analyzed, using a randomized trial, whether different fatty acids in parenteral nutrition influence lipidperoxidation and histopathology in acute pancreatitis in rats.Materials and methodsSeventy-five male Sprague–Dawley rats were randomized into five groups (gr.) (n=15). Gr. 1 underwent a laparotomy followed by saline infusion, gr. 2–5 received intraductal glycodeoxycholic acid (GDOC) followed by intravenous… Expand
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