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Nutrition in Sepsis: A Bench-to-Bedside Review

Year of publication
Nutrition therapy in sepsis is challenging and differs from the standard feeding approach in critically ill patients. The dysregulated host response caused by infection induces progressive physiologic alterations, which may limit metabolic capacity by impairing mitochondrial function. Hence, early artificial nutrition should be ramped-up and emphasis laid on the post-acute phase of critical illness. This review aims to provide an overview and practical recommendations of all aspects of nutritional therapy in the setting of sepsis. 
Date added
Created by
Sarah Thomas
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health