Class 13 Parenteral 2011

Class 13 Parenteral 2011 - HUN4445 Parenteral Nutrition...

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HUN4445 Parenteral Nutrition Objectives: State the indications and contraindications for TPN Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the routes of access Discuss the nutrients used in TPN Identify the complications associated with TPN Perform basic calculations for TPN solutions Indications for the use of Parenteral Nutrition Lack of adequately functioning GI tract : Short bowel syndrome Severe malabsorption Total obstruction Chronic intractable vomiting Prolonged ileus To minimize GI function : Inflammatory bowel disease Fistulas Intractable diarrhea/Failure To Thrive Acute pancreatitis Inability to provide adequate nutrient intake with TF/oral intake : Hypermetabolic states Protein losing enteropathy Anorexia Or Enteral intake not anticipated for >5 days Contradictions Functioning GI tract Anticipated therapy < 5 days No venous access Parenteral nutrition of limited value : Untreatable disease
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Routes of Administration Central vein Peripheral vein
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2011 for the course HUN 4445 taught by Professor Sitren during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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