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Recent surgery and VADs, hyperalimentation, and antimicrobial agents were more common in IHCA patients than in OHCA patients (Table 2).
Shirabe K, Matsumata T, Shimada M, et al: A comparison of parenteral hyperalimentation and early enteral feeding regarding systemic immunity after major hepatic resection--the results of a randomized prospective study.
The task force proposed a new policy, which the medical board approved, prohibiting any standing orders except for patients in intensive care units, those receiving hyperalimentation, and those who have received organ transplants as well as patients being treated according to certain protocols.
Chylothorax: a complication of subclavian vein catheterization and parenteral hyperalimentation.
Traditionally, treatment has been conservative with nasogastric decompression and hyperalimentation followed by oral feeding with frequent small meals.
For over three-quarters of a century, the basic pillars of the Gerson Therapy have primarily been hyperalimentation, detoxification, and supplementation with vitamins, minerals, and enzymes to restore the immune system and rebuild the vital organ systems that have been damaged by poor lifestyle choices.
As majority of these patients are malnourished at the time of presentation, nutritional support via IV hyperalimentation is an important adjunct (1).
Acute acalculous cholecystitis (AAC) is recognised to occur only in patients with serious comorbid illnesses such as after major surgery, severe trauma, burns, multiorgan failure, systemic sepsis and prolonged intravenous hyperalimentation.
The MMPS may also prove to be useful in evaluating crystalline deposits in cases of alleged intravascular crystalline precipitation of hyperalimentation fluid.
During the last several decades there have been alarming increases in Aspergillosis, Candidiasis, Cryptococcosis, Nocardiosis, and Zygomycosis, which to some degree appears to be related to medical treatments such as chemotherapeutic agents, irradiation, immunosuppressive agents, broad spectrum antibiotics, and hyperalimentation, as well as conditions such as AIDS, malnutrition, metabolic diseases, receipt of multiple injections, certain surgeries, burns, intravenous hyperalimentation, and certain malignancies.
MEASUREMENTS: A priori, we classified the infants' exposures to DEHP based on medical products used: The low-DEHP exposure group included infants receiving primarily bottle and/or gavage feedings; the medium exposure group included infants receiving enteral feedings, intravenous hyperalimentation, and/or nasal continuous positive airway pressure; and the high exposure group included infants receiving umbilical vessel catheterization, endotracheal intubation, intravenous hyperalimentation, and indwelling gavage tube.