Update 1989 pp 243-247 | Cite as

Nutritional-Metabolic Interactions During Total Parenteral Nutrition in Sepsis

  • I. Giovannini
  • C. Chiarla
  • G. Boldrini
Conference paper
Part of the Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine book series (UICM, volume 8)

Abstract

Nutritional-metabolic interactions in sepsis may include a large series of effects involving all body systems, such as the immune system or the coagulation system. However, there are some aspects of greater and more specific interest represented by the thermogenic response to the infused nutrients (diet-induced thermogenesis), the nutritionally mediated changes in substrate utilization and some related metabolic-ventilatory interactions.

Keywords

Cholesterol Obesity Surfactant Carbohydrate Lactate 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • I. Giovannini
  • C. Chiarla
  • G. Boldrini

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