Preparation and administration of parenteral nutrition

“Infections during the preparation and administration of parenteral nutrition pose a significant risk to patient safety”

Parenteral nutrition, the intravenous administration of nutrients, electrolytes, vitamins, and trace elements, is essential when oral or enteral nutrition is inadequate or contraindicated. Read more

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nutrition in cancer

Artificial nutrition plays an integral and positive role in oncological care, emphasizing the adage, “Nutrition is therapy.” It forms a cornerstone of the treatment regimen for cancer patients, especially when oral intake is compromised. Ensuring adequate nutritional support is Read more

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Advances in Short Bowel Syndrome Research: New Hope for Patients


Short bowel syndrome (SBS) represents a complex medical condition characterized by significant loss or dysfunction of a major portion of the small intestine, leading to considerable challenges in nutrient absorption and overall gastrointestinal functioning. This malabsorptive state precipitates Read more

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Inulin as a fat replacer in pea protein vegan ice cream and its influence ontextural properties and sensory attributes

The aim of the current study was to investigate the inulin feasibility as a fat replacer in developing the low-fat pea protein vegan ice cream with prebiotic properties. So, the inulin was added at 2, 4, 6, and 8% Read more

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Inulin as a prebiotic for the growth of vegan yoghurt culture in pea protein-based vegan yoghurt-ice cream, while improving the textural properties

The study aimed to develop a vegan yoghurt-ice cream made up of pea protein isolate with inulin as a prebiotic for the growth of yogurt culture while investigating the influence of inulin on textural properties –hardness, melting, overrun, and Read more

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Can collagen and NAG have positive effects on PCOS?

There is some evidence to suggest that collagen and N-acetylglucosamine (NAG) may have positive effects on polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). We are currently researching with a formula

PCOS is a hormonal disorder that affects women and is characterized by Read more

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Software to calculate medicines (pN) instead of real human expertise?

A software for calculating parenteral nutrition can only be used to a limited extent because it is based on certain assumptions and formulas that do not always apply to every patient and their individual needs. Parenteral nutrition should always Read more

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relationship between an increase in serum manganese and an increase in bilirubin

Explanation of the relationship between an increase in serum manganese and an increase in bilirubin:

An elevated serum manganese level can lead to an increase in bilirubin due to manganese’s role in regulating bilirubin metabolism. Bilirubin is a waste Read more

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Cold plasma treatment for wound healing

Cold plasma gassing (also called “atmospheric pressure plasma”) is a promising technology for treating wounds. It involves applying an ionised gas (plasma) to the wound, which triggers a variety of reactions that help heal the wound.

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collagen, N-acetylglucosamine (NAG)

The combination of collagen, N-acetylglucosamine (NAG), and astaxanthin may have some positive effects on cytokines in the body, particularly in relation to inflammatory processes. Cytokines are proteins that are released by various cell types, including immune cells, and act Read more

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