Early Enteral Nutrition Feeding in Critically Ill Patients

  • Erwin Kresnoadi Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Mataram
Keywords: critically-ill patient, nutrition, enteral, care

Abstract

Dukungan nutrisi merupakan komponen penting dalam perawatan pasien kritis karena dapat meningkatkan morbiditas, mortalitas, dan lama tinggal. Efek menguntungkan dari nutrisi enteral mencakup pemanfaatan yang lebih baik substrat, pencegahan atrofi mukosa, pelestarian integritas flora usus, dan pelestarian imunokompetensi. Pemberian makanan enteral secara dini mampu mengurangi angka kematian pasien menjadi lebih rendah karena pemberian nutrisi enteral secara dini dapat meningkatkan aliran darah ke saluran pencernaan.

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Published
2017-09-29
Section
Literature Review