Nutrition+116BDietincreaseneeds012710

Nutrition+116BDietincreaseneeds012710 - Diets for increased...

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Diets for increased demand 01/27/10
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RESTING METABOLIC EXPENDITURE (RME) RESTING METABOLIC EXPENDITURE (RME) MAJOR BURNS PERITONITIS MULTIPLE FRACTURES NORMAL WEIGHT LOSS 200-- 190-- 180-- 170-- 160-- 150-- 140-- 130-- 120-- 110-- 100-- 90-- EARLY CONVALESCENCE FROM INJURY ELECTIVE OPERATION (only minor change) RME , %
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PROTEIN INTAKE Minimum Usual 32 g/d (26+6) 90 g/d BODY PROTEIN BODY PROTEIN : 14,000 g BODY PROTEIN SYNTHESIS 300 g/d Secreted 50-70 g/d GUT Plasma– Albumin 12 g/d Fibrinogen 2 g/d γ -Gl obulin 3 g/d Hemoglobin 8 g/d Whole body free amino acid pool 70 g Absorbed 70-150 g/d FECAL N (as protein) 10 g/d URINARY N (as protein) 20-72 g/d PROTEIN METABOLISM PROTEIN METABOLISM SKIN 2 g/d Plasma AA pool 0.7 g
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Requirements for Requirements for AMINO ACID AMINO ACID Infant Adult % % Isoleucine 6.5 2.4 Leucine 9.0 3.0 Lysine 5.6 2.4 Met. + Cys. 3.0 3.0 Phe. + Tyr. 5.3 3.3 Threonine 3.9 1.5 Tryptophan 1.1 0.7 Valine 5.6 3.0 Total Essential 40 19 Individual Essential Amino Acid Requirements as a Individual Essential Amino Acid Requirements as a Percentage of Total Protein Needs of Infants and Adults Percentage of Total Protein Needs of Infants and Adults
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FASTING MAN (24 hours, basal: 1800 cal.) FASTING MAN (24 hours, basal: 1800 cal.) ORIGIN ORIGIN OF OF FUEL FUEL MUSCLE Protein 75g ADIPOSE TISSUE Triglyceride 160g amino LIVER gluconeo- genesis O 2 H 2 0 ~ P glycogen NERVE ~p RBC, WBC, etc ~P HEART, KIDNEY, MUSCLE ~P glycerol 16g 40g fatty acid 160g lactate + pyruvate O 2 144g glucose 180 g 36g 36g ketone 60g (fatty acid) 120g O 2 ENERGY NEEDS ENERGY NEEDS FUEL FUEL CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTION CO 2 + H 2 O CO 2 + H 2 O acids AMA Symposium on TPN: F&N of AMA, 1972
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ORIGIN ORIGIN OF FUEL OF FUEL FUEL CONSUMPTION FUEL CONSUMPTION glycerol 17g fatty acid 170g
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2010 for the course NUT 116B taught by Professor Andrewclifford,phd during the Winter '10 term at UC Davis.

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