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LAS VEGAS -- Cochrane Library reviews of studies into inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) from 2018 revealed limited evidence--so far--to support enteral nutrition therapy (EN) and cannabis in Crohn's disease (CD) and fecal transplantation in IBD.
Population aging has caused changes in the epidemiological picture, such as the increased prevalence of Chronic Noncommunicable Diseases leading to the need for enteral nutrition therapy (ENT).
* To ensure that patients on enteral nutrition therapy have 100% of nutritional needs achieved through mixed / semi-handmade enteral formulas.
Current studies have indicated that early enteral nutrition therapy is safe and effective, which can improve metabolic reactions and the entire clinical course, thus shortening the healing time.
Nozaki, "Effectiveness of concomitant enteral nutrition therapy and infliximab for maintenance treatment of Crohn's disease in adults," Digestive Diseases and Sciences, vol.
The present study was designed to analyze the demographic, epidemiological and nutritional profile of elderly patients assisted at the Home Enteral Nutrition Therapy (HENT) Program, of Secretaria de Estado de Saude -State Health Department - of Distrito Federal (SES/DF), Brazil; as well as to evaluate routes used for this therapy, based on the hypothesis that this therapy may potentially benefit the nutritional status of these patients and consequently their quality of life.
The collected variables corresponded to age, gender, clinical diagnosis, enteral route and nutritional status at the beginning of Home Enteral Nutrition Therapy.
This fact justifies the intervention through Enteral Nutrition Therapy and its being extended home, since it is not recommended that patients stay in hospital environment for the recovering of nutritional status through ENT, as it exposes patients to the risks of infectious complications, besides implying higher hospital expenses (25, 26).
Enteral nutrition therapy is associated with fewer serious complications.