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Clinical laboratory analysis of enteral nutrition support in infants with severe forms of intestinal absorption disorders

Written by Shoumatova T.A., Prikhodchenko N.G., Efremova I.V., Shishatskaya S.N., Alekseyko L.L.

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The paper analyses the trophic status of 22 infants aged
6 to 12 months with toxic dystrophic syndrome and reveals that the
treatment formulas containing high degree of albuminolysis, and
delactosed and acidified milk formulas should be widely used to
provide staged nutritional support of infants with severe forms of
intestinal absorption disorders. It is of the utmost importance that
the individually staged nutritional support depends on both the se‑
verity of the course and patient background status, as well as infant
the feeding characteristics prior to admission to hospital. The au‑
thors have developed the optimal algorithm of nutritional support
for children with toxic dystrophic syndrome in intensive care units,
depending on the feeding type.

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T.A. Shoumatova, N.G. Prikhodchenko, I.V. Efremova, S.N. Shishatskaya, L.L. Alekseyko
Vladivostok State Medical University (2 Ostryakova Av. Vladivostok 690950 Russian Federation)

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