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Nutritional adequacy and accuracy in long-stay critically ill patients as measured by indirect calorimetry

Posted on 18 November 2022, Scientific

Nutritional adequacy and accuracy in long-stay critically ill patients as measured by indirect calorimetry
Nutritional optimisation is recognised as having significant impact on clinical and functional outcomes of critically ill patients.
 

Routine use of indirect calorimetry in critically ill patients: pros and cons

Posted on 10 May 2022, Scientific

Routine use of indirect calorimetry in critically ill patients: pros and cons

In this new review, the authors identify the pros and cons of Indirect Calorimetry (IC) to estimate Resting Energy Expenditure (REE) and define individual nutritional energy targets among critically ill patients. 

Optimal Nutrition Care guided by Indirect Calorimetry - COSMED Satellite Symposium at ESICM 2018.

Posted on 05 October 2018, Event

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The 2018 ESICM (European Society of Intensive Care Medicine) Congress will host a Satellite Symposium sponsored by COSMED dedicated to indirect calorimetry in critically ill patients, including an introduction of the main breakthroughs of the new Q-NRG metabolic monitor.

Optimal Nutrition Care guided by Indirect Calorimetry - COSMED Satellite Symposium at ESPEN 2018.

Posted on 05 June 2018, Event

indirect calorimetry

Rome (Italy) - June 2018 - The 2018 ESPEN (European Society Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition) Congress will host a Satellite Symposium sponsored by COSMED dedicated to indirect calorimetry in critically ill patients, including an introduction of the main breakthroughs of the new Q-NRG metabolic monitor.

Resting energy expenditure in the risk assessment of anticancer treatments.

Posted on 17 February 2017, Indirect Calorimetry, Scientific

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This study, published in the Clinical Nutrition Journal, tries to show how abnormal basal energy metabolism can be associated with higher risk in anticancer treatments (like chemotherapy).

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