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El Texto completo solo está disponible en PDF Guidelines for the use of parenteral and enteral nutrition in adult and pediatric patients Section I. Introduction. DE NUTRICIÓN PARENTERAL Y ENTERAL. ÓRGANO OFICIAL DE LA FEDERACIÓN ESPAÑOLA DE. SOCIEDADES DE NUTRICIÓN, ALIMENTACIÓN Y. MEZCLAS NUTRIENTES PARENTERALES. S.E.N.P.E. Sociedad Española de Nutrición Parenteral y Enteral. Grupo de Trabajo Nutricional. "Aspectos.
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Total parenteral nutrition is indicated for any pregnancy in which the mother is unable to tolerate oral intake to the extent of causing maternal malnutrition .
Specifically, it is instituted for several obstetrical and nonobstetrical conditions including 1. Hyperemesis gravidarum not responsive to conservative therapy intravenous fluid, antiemetics, sedatives, tube feedings 2. Total weight loss of 6 kg or failure to gain weight 4. Prepregnancy malnutrition patient below the 10th percentile of her ideal body weight 5.
Persistent ketosis, hypocholesterolemia, hypoalbuminemia ,2. One of the most common methods of calculating daily TPN caloric requirements utilizes the basal energy expenditure BEE. For pregnancy, this equation is adjusted slightly [9,10]. Bee pregnant female 5 1 9. Therefore, the total caloric requirement for 24 h for the pregnant patient is equal to BEE 3 1.
This value for the average pregnant patient is approximately 2, kcal. For a standard 2-liter solution, one first calculates the number of kcal supplied by protein. To calculate the nonprotein caloric component, the protein kcals are subtracted from the total caloric requirement. The remainder of the total caloric requirement will be supplied by carbohydrates.
Iron must be given intramuscularly. Hypocalcemia level less than 6 with a normal albumin level adjusted for pregnancy should also be corrected. Vitamins A, E, B6, and folate are given daily to meet the increased erythropoietic demands of pregnancy.
By monitoring daily electrolytes, particularly in the first few days of TPN administration, adjustments in TPN sodium, potassium, magnesium, and phosphorus can be made appropriately. Careful follow-up of maternal liver function tests, cholesterol, electrolytes, and renal function tests are imperative.