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S.M. Berry, J.A. Lacy, M.S. NussbaumBasic concepts of enteral and parenteral nutrition. M.H. Torosian (Ed.), Nutrition for the hospitalized patient: Basic science . Nutrición Periférica Nutrición Total. nutricion parenteral. NUTRICIÓN PARENTERAL Constituye una forma de tratamiento intravenoso que. VIAS DE ACCESO NUTRICION ENTERAL NUTRICION PARENTERAL COMPLICACIONES ECUACION DE HARRIS-BENEDICT: HOMBRE.

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When evaluating nutritional support in a patient, the most important point to consider is the state of the gastrointestinal tract. If the gastrointestinal tract is functional, enteral nutrition EN should always be preferred to parenteral nutrition PN. When deciding routes of enteral access, factors to be taken into account are whether the patient requires short- or long-term access and whether intragastric or intestinal EN are required.

Although tube feeding TF is a simple and easy method of administering EN in the short term, gastrostomy should be considered in all patients requiring EN for more than two months. In candidates for prolonged EN, gastrostomy provides several advantages over TF: Although surgical gastrostomy is of historical importance because it was the first technique to provide nutritional access to the stomach, nowadays it has been completely replaced by percutaneous endoscopic and radioscopic gastrostomy, which present lower morbidity and cost.

In patients who do not tolerate intragastric EN or who are at high risk of aspiration, EN through nasoenteric tube or jejunostomy should be considered.

The present article reviews the distinct routes of access available in EN, both in the short term nasogastric and nasoenteric tube and in the ejteral term gastrostomy and jejunostomywith special reference to percutaneous endoscopic and radioscopic gastrostomy. Routes of access in enteral nutrition. If the gastrointestinal tract is functional, enteral nutrition EN should always be preferred to parenteral nutrition PN. In patients who do not tolerate intragastric EN or who are at high risk of aspiration, EN through nasoenteric tube or jejunostomy should be considered.

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