Hypermetabolism due to Defect in Mitochondria
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Hypermetabolism is the ubiquitous response to a severe burn injury, which was first described in the nineteenth century. Despite… Expand In parallel to the detection of new neuronal autoantibodies, the diagnosis of non-infectious limbic encephalitis has risen. Given… Expand Severe burns cause profound hormonal and metabolic disturbances resulting in hypermetabolism, reflected in extreme elevation of… Expand Objectives – We report a patient with potassium channel antibody‐associated non‐paraneoplastic limbic encephalitis (NPLE) in… Expand The purpose of this study was to determine if propranolol (0.5 mg/kg and 1 mg/kg), administered intravenously (IV) at the height… Expand This study was performed to investigate the mechanism whereby immediate enteral feeding after burn injury reduces postburn… Expand Interictal positron computed tomography (PCT) with 18F‐fluorodeoxyglucose was performed on 50 patients with partial seizure… Expand Nutritional therapy is influence both by disease and nutritional status. In addition, the degree of protein depletion in large… Expand