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Errors and Hazards in the Techniques of Performance of Parenteral Nutrition

  • C. Burri
  • G. Krischak

Abstract

In the pre- and post-operative periods, disturbances occur in surgical patients which require early and specific corrective measures, depending on the patient’s initial condition and on the extent of the surgery and/or the trauma. DÖLP and AHNEFELD (3) differentiate between three therapeutic steps:
  1. 1.

    fluid replacement,

     
  2. 2.

    infusion-therapy with a “minimal” diet, and

     
  3. 3.

    parenteral nutrition.

     

Keywords

Parenteral Nutrition Fluid Replacement Basilic Vein Incorrect Position Jugular Catheter 
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  • C. Burri
  • G. Krischak

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