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Management and Prevention of Possible Complications Associated with Total Parenteral Nutrition

Kim YJ

Nutritional therapy with total parenteral nutrition (TPN) is usually performed in the critically ill patients who cannot ingest or digest food through the gastrointestinal tract. The process of well managed...
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Food Additives and Allergic Diseases in Childhood

Oh JW

Many different additives include preservatives, stabilizers, conditioners, thickeners, colorings, flavorings, sweeteners, and antioxidants. Despite the multitude of additives known, only a small number has been associated with hypersensitivity reactions. A...
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Nutritional Consequences and Management After Gastrectomy

Bae JM

Gastric cancer is the most common cancer and the third most common cause of cancer deaths in Korea. Gastric resection, especially for the early stages of the disease, results in...
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Nutritional Support in Premature Infants

Chang YS

In the early postnatal period, prematurely born infants, especially those born at the earliest limits of viability, face a nutritional crisis. A lack of essential nutrients may result in substantial...
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Nutritional Problems and Management in Children with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Park JH

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) develops during childhood or adolescence in approximately 25% of patients. Impairment of growth and malnutrition are significant complications of IBD, especially in Crohn disease. Growth impairment...
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Perioperative Nutritional Management in Cardiac Surgery

Hong JM

Perioperative nutritional status is an important factor for the prognosis of cardiac surgery. Preoperatively debilitated or cachectic patients (i.e., more than 10% weight loss over 6 months) with decreased albumin...
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Nutrition and Chronic Liver Disease

Jun DW

Malnutrition is very commonly seen in end stage liver disease. More than 65% of patients with chronic liver disease and more than 90% of patients with end-stage liver disease suffer...
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Nutritional Management of the Patients with Diabetes

Kim CH

Medical nutrition therapy (MNT) is an integral component of diabetes prevention, management, and self-management education, however, the basic principles of nutritional management are often poorly understood by both clinicians and...
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Nutrition Management for Cancer Patients

Wie GA

Malnutrition risk during a hospital stay may increase with higher rates of complications and longer lengths of hospital stay. The prevalence of malnutrition in cancer patients is higher than in...
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