publication . Report . 2015

Total parenteral nutrition in a pregnant patient with acute pancreatitis and lipoprotein lipase deficiency

Contreras-Bolívar, Victoria; González-Molero, Inmaculada; Valdivieso, Pedro; Olveira, Gabriel;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 01 Oct 2015
  • Publisher: Grupo Arán
Abstract
Presentamos un caso de pancreatitis aguda severa inducida por hipertrigliceridemia secundaria a déficit de lipoproteín lipasa (LPL) en una paciente gestante con diabetes gestacional, manejada inicialmente con dieta, siendo necesario posteriormente llevar a cabo medidas de soporte nutricional artificial: nutrición parenteral total. El déficit de LPL causa hipertrigliceridemia severa y, frecuentemente, pancreatitis aguda de repetición, situación de difícil manejo y de importante gravedad durante la gestación. La pancreatitis aguda por hipertrigliceridemia familiar supone el 5% de los casos, incluyéndose el déficit de LPL. El objetivo del tratamiento será alcanzar ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Lipoproteín lipasa, Hipertrigliceridemia, Pancreatitis, Nutrición, Lipoprotein lipase, Hypertriglyceridemia, Nutrition

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