publication . Article . 2012

Avaliação das necessidades energéticas no doente crítico

Marinho, A.; Pinho, J.; Cançado, L.; Oliveira, M.; Marinho, R.; Martins, F.;
Open Access Portuguese
  • Published: 01 Jul 2012
  • Publisher: Associação Portuguesa de Nutrição Entérica e Parentérica
  • Country: Portugal
Abstract
Introdução: Os doentes críticos são um grupo de do- entes francamente hipermetabólicos que necessitam de um suporte nutricional adequado às suas necessidades. Objectivos: Verificar o melhor método para determinar as neces- sidades energéticas de doentes críticos. Material e métodos: Estudo transversal analítico no qual foram recolhidos dados demográficos, determinado o consumo energético quer por calorimetria indirecta, quer pela fórmula de Harris-Benedict e além disso calculado o fator de stress de pacientes internados entre 2004 e 2009. Resultados: Incluíram- se neste estudo 139 doentes (33% feminino, 67% masculino). Foram efetuadas 298 medidas pela calorimetr...
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