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Parenterale Aminosäurenzufuhr in der postoperativen Frühphase

  • E. R. Schmitz
  • K. Peter
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Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 189)

Zusammenfassung

Nachdem früher die postoperative Zufuhr von Energieträgern und Proteinen bzw. Aminosäuren als zusätzliche Belastung für den Organismus angesehen wurde, hat die parenterale Substitutionstherapie in den letzten Jahren eine Differenzierung erfahren. Während zunächst von einer am Ausmaß der Operation orientierten Kaloriensubstitution mit relativ konstanter Stickstoffzufuhr ausgegangen wurde (z. B. [7]), rückte — besonders intensiviert durch die Diskussion des Konzepts der „Protein-Spar-Theorie“[4] — die Variabilität des Proteinbedarfs in das nährere Interesse. Hinzugekommen sind in der letzten Zeit Versuche mit speziellen Aminosäurenlösungen [27, 29] sowie Arbeiten über die Wertigkeit verschiedener Energieträger bei der Proteinsynthese [19].

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