Critical Care Nutrition Support following Cardiac Surgery in the Pediatric and Adult Population—A Review ArticleFunding None declared.
Cardiac surgical patients in the intensive care unit certainly develop complex nutritional issues. Nutrition support is indicated in these subsets of patients and the same may be customized depending on individual patient characteristics. This review article that aims to examine the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition guidelines for the use of parenteral and enteral nutrition in pediatric and adult cardiac surgical patients in cardiac critical care/intensive care unit evaluates the evidence related to the use of nutritional screening and nutritional assessment. The goal of this review is to enrich the discussion contained in the clinical guidelines and simplify the guideline statements to provide a platform for cardiac care providers to implement into their daily practice related to nutrition support in postoperative cardiac surgery patients.
Keywordsnutrition - nutritional assessment - cardiac critical care - intensive care - pediatric - adult
All authors contributed equally to the conception/design of the work.
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01. Juni 2022
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