Navigation Links
The ideal composition of intravenous lipid emulsion

The body responds to a diverse range of insults, such as surgery, infection and injury by the activation of a wide range of cell types of the immune system, creating a number of potent cellular actions and mediators.// The inflammatory response, although essential for fighting infection, may damage the host. Its strength depends on pro- and anti-inflammatory mediators, cytokines and lipid mediators being the key mediators.

Recently, Robert Grimble, from the Institute of Human Nutrition, School of Medicine, University of Southampton, UK has reviewed the fatty acid profile of modern lipid emulsions, and the scientific considerations for creating the ideal composition.

In his report published in volume 1 of Clinical Nutrition Supplements, he states that in some types of patients, the lack of a correctly functioning gut precludes complete oral or enteral nutrient provision. As a consequence, the intravenous route assumes a greater importance for the provision of energy substrates, amino acids and micronutrients. Reliance on glucose as the main provider of energy to patients requiring intravenous nutrition led to metabolic complications. These include insulin insensitivity and metabolic acidosis due to the need to dispose of a large amount of metabolic breakdown products in the form of carbon dioxide.

Intravenous nutrition has been a life-saving technique in the treatment of severely ill patients, particularly in those where normal gut function is absent. However, the inability to provide sufficient energy to patients, in the form of glucose, led to the development of intravenous lipid emulsions.

These products were a major breakthrough in clinical nutrition particularly as insulin insensitivity is a major feature in the metabolism of severely ill patients. Previous studies have indicated that the use of lipid emulsions in clinical nutrition is not without limitations, but the inclusion of ù-3 fatty acids and fats rich in MUFAs a
'"/>




Page: 1 2

Related medicine news :

1. The Link Between Oxidized Phospholipids And Coronary Artery Disease
2. Patients with HIV-1 can predict plasma lipids level based on race
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
TAG: The ideal composition intravenous lipid emulsion

(Date:8/31/2015)... Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) , ... August 31, 2015 , ... ... in one year, by bringing on board their 8th new staff member in 2015. ... significant milestone for the firm. Intellitec Solutions supports Microsoft Dynamics GP, Dynamics SL, Dynamics ...
(Date:8/31/2015)... ... August 31, 2015 , ... ... physician related services by test marketing a doctor note service to be made ... be charged under $50 for each generated excuse, much less than the average ...
(Date:8/30/2015)... ... August 31, 2015 , ... Avid collector Andrew Hawley ... Doors Shrine Auditorium concert posters. This hand colored artwork is one of the most ... Los Angles. Hawley states, "When the doors played the Shrine, the band was ...
(Date:8/30/2015)... ... 31, 2015 , ... ChopChop Kids, the nonprofit publisher of ... elected two new officers to serve on the organization’s Board of Directors in ... teaching kids to cook real food with their families and help continue to ...
(Date:8/30/2015)... ... August 30, 2015 , ... Scientists in France say asbestos exposure ... of digestive cancers. Surviving Mesothelioma has just posted an article on the new research. ... Caen measured the cancer incidence among 2,024 French asbestos plant workers from 1978 to ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Intellitec Solutions Achieves Record Pace for New Hiring 2Health News:ChopChop Kids Appoints New Chair and Vice-Chair to Board of Directors 2Health News:ChopChop Kids Appoints New Chair and Vice-Chair to Board of Directors 3Health News:Researchers Say Mesothelioma Not the Only Cancer Linked with Asbestos Exposure, According to Surviving Mesothelioma 2
... a diet that consists of healthy foods, including almonds, ... drugs. Researchers say incorporating almonds // into one’s ... easiest substitutions to try might include a snack of ... ,Researchers from Toronto studied a group of people with ...
... less oxygen to the body after the first few minutes ... minutes // of exercise, the amount of oxygen per ... the oxygen to the blood. ,Researchers studied nearly ... hypertension. Researchers measured the patients’ heart sizes and performance at ...
... recent study shows only 7 percent of diabetics ... and blood vessel problems. // Researchers stressed continued ... disease including retinopathy, neuropathy, nephropathy, coronary heart disease, ... nearly 1,700 adults, ages 20 years or older, ...
... is second only to smoking as a risk factor ... respiratory disease and heart attacks increases. Healthy lungs usually ... by 1 percent every year after age 20. ... of Environmental Health Sciences, children who live in heavily ...
... in a cardiac-rehab program after a heart attack had about ... same age and sex who had not had a heart ... occurred among patients in their study were due to not ... about 1,800 patients. Nearly 60 percent participated in cardiac rehab ...
... provides evidence that a low-glycemic index diet can lead ... risk factors of diabetes and cardiovascular disease. In low-GI ... slowly.// High-GI foods, which include white bread, refined breakfast ... blood glucose and insulin to high levels. Carbs that ...
Cached Medicine News:
(Date:8/28/2015)... and PITTSBURGH , Aug. ... ) today announced that its shareholders have approved ... PRGO ; TASE) and the related issuance ... an extraordinary general meeting of shareholders held today. ... cast at the extraordinary general meeting. In addition, ...
(Date:8/28/2015)... and LONDON , August 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ ... approach seamlessly connects people, technologies and ... improving outcomes and the cost of healthcare ... AEX: PHIA) today announced its presence at  ESC Congress 2015 ... including Heart Model A.I. , EchoNavigator and IntelliSpace Cardiovascular, that ...
(Date:8/27/2015)... -- DURECT Corporation (Nasdaq: DRRX ) announced today ... healthcare conferences.  , James E. ... Rodman & Renshaw Investment Conference on Thursday, September 10 ... held at the St. Regis Hotel in ... of the presentation will be available by accessing ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Mylan Shareholders Overwhelmingly Approve Proposed Acquisition of Perrigo 2Mylan Shareholders Overwhelmingly Approve Proposed Acquisition of Perrigo 3Mylan Shareholders Overwhelmingly Approve Proposed Acquisition of Perrigo 4Mylan Shareholders Overwhelmingly Approve Proposed Acquisition of Perrigo 5Mylan Shareholders Overwhelmingly Approve Proposed Acquisition of Perrigo 6Mylan Shareholders Overwhelmingly Approve Proposed Acquisition of Perrigo 7Mylan Shareholders Overwhelmingly Approve Proposed Acquisition of Perrigo 8Mylan Shareholders Overwhelmingly Approve Proposed Acquisition of Perrigo 9Philips Showcases New Integrated Cardiology Solutions to Advance Minimally Invasive Procedures at ESC Congress 2015 2Philips Showcases New Integrated Cardiology Solutions to Advance Minimally Invasive Procedures at ESC Congress 2015 3Philips Showcases New Integrated Cardiology Solutions to Advance Minimally Invasive Procedures at ESC Congress 2015 4DURECT to Participate in Upcoming Healthcare Conferences 2
... March 29, 2011 The New Orleans Dietetic Association ... the Louisiana Dietetic Association (LDA) Corporate Award for its ... The LDA has also recognized Margaret Jones, RD, LDN ... Nutrition Specialist for CarePoint Partners. CarePoint Partners is one ...
... Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report ... of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets ... testing (POCT) enables rapid diagnostic tests to be performed ... facility where results can be obtained immediately, rather than ...
Cached Medicine Technology:CarePoint Partners Receives Louisiana Dietetic Association Corporate Award 2Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 2Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 3Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 4Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 5Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 6Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 7Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 8Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 9Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 10Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 11Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 12Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 13Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 14Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 15Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 16Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 17Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 18Reportlinker Adds Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets 19
The 4mm diameter Revo suture anchor is designed primarily for arthroscopic and open rotator cuff repair. Additional applications include other shoulder repair procedures, as well as use in knees and ...
The Linvatec UltraFix Suture Anchor System's smooth surface until deployed eliminates tissue, bone and suture damage and its ultra smooth eyelet hole preserves suture integrity....
... The requirements for Bi-Plane Electrophysiology imaging have ... decrease procedure time and reduce radiation exposure ... paramount in deciding between Single and Bi-Plane ... of maintaining its leadership position in price/value ...
... known as Centricity® Physician Office - Practice ... is designed to fit your current processes, ... solution as individual as your practice. Thousands ... and size - have switched from yesterday's ...
Medicine Products: