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ntrast to current bariatric studies, which report a 20% in-hospital complication rate, we find a significantly higher complication rate over the 6 months after surgery, resulting in costly readmissions and emergency room visits
Bone Loss in Adolescents After Bariatric Surgery -- , 10.1542/peds.2010-0785d -- Pediat... - 0 views
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Patients with suboptimal nutritional parameters should be supplemented and replenished before elective surgery.
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These results show that the wound healing response in surgical patients requiring intravenous nutrition is improved by this treatment
improved wound healing response is more marked when intravenous nutrition is given before, rather than after the surgical procedure.
Surgery induces an inflammatory response
A range of nutrients, including several amino acids, antioxidant vitamins and minerals, ω-3 fatty acids, and nucleotides, are able to modulate inflammation and the associated oxidative stress, and maintain or improve immune function
parenteral glutamine is recommended in patients receiving parenteral nutrition
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Antioxidants, particularly selenium, should be considered for critically ill patients
enteral formulas enriched with fish oils are recommended for patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome.
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