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Enteral nutrition scientific sources

   1. Villet S, Chiolero RL, Bollmann MD et al. Negative impact of hypocaloric feeding and energy balance on clinical outcome in ICU patients. Clinical Nutrition. 2005

   2. Dvir D, Cohen J, Singer P. Computerized energy balance and complications in critically ill patients: an observational study. Clinical Nutrition. 2006


   3. Dissanaike S, Shelton M, Warner K et al. The risk for bloodstream infections is associated with increased parenteral caloric intake in patients receiving parenteral nutrition. Critical Care. 2007

   4. Weijs PJM, Looijaard WGPM, Beishuizen A et al. Early high protein intake is associated with low mortality and energy overfeeding with high mortality in non-septic mechanically ventilated critically ill patients. Critical Care. 2014

Accurate nutrition saves lives:
   5. Pertzov B, Bar-Yoseph H, Menndel Y et al. The effect of indirect calorimetry guided isocaloric nuytrition on mortality in critically ill patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2022

About Enteral nutrition goals:

   6. Rice TW, Swope T, Bozeman S et al. Variation in enteral nutrition delivery in mechanically ventilated patients. Nutrition. 2004

   7. Binnekade JM, Tepaske R, Bruynzeel P et al. Daily enteral feeding practice on the ICU: attainment of goals and interfering factors. Critical Care. 2005

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