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Synonyms for enteral

of or relating to the enteron


of or relating to or inside the intestines

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Nutritional adequacy in patients receiving mechanical ventilation who are fed enterally.
50 patients who received total parenteral nutrition (male/female: 23/27) and 54 patients who were fed enterally (male/female: 20/34) were included in this study.
The liver, via the portal vein, is the first organ exposed to enterally absorbed nutrients and other xenobiotics.
There is very little published evidence for nutrition intervention and clinical outcomes for long-term enterally fed ABI cases.
DOD policy is to always preserve the lives of the detainees, and, as a result, 43 hunger strikers were enterally fed, using U.
Limited bioavailability of enterally administered harpagoside (Chrubasik, 2000) was found in a pilot investigation in a pig.
The researchers are using this approach to determine whether specific nutrients can be fed enterally to maximally stimulate intestinal growth and development.
For chronic cofactor therapies, supplementation is more easily absorbed and probably safer if given enterally rather than by TPN.
Hypoalbuminemia-induced diarrhea in the enterally alimented patient.
Parenteral nutrition is intravenous administration of nutrition, which may include protein, carbohydrates, lipids (fats), minerals and electrolytes, vitamins and other trace elements for patients who cannot ingest food orally or enterally (tube-fed).
Delivery by the Contractor to the Employer premises (Hospital Pharmacy) medicinal products and medical devices intended for patient preparation and administration parenterally or enterally cherished at home - in a period of 12 months;Receipt by the Contractor of the registered office ordering packages to individual treatment programs on the basis of orders prepared by the Division of Clinical Nutrition and Surgery Employer (individual treatment programs).
Specifically, a medical food is "a food which is formulated to be consumed or administered enterally under the supervision of a physician and which is intended for the specific dietary management of a disease or condition for which distinctive nutritional requirements, based on recognized scientific principles, are established by medical evaluation.
Patients with high risk of death who are enterally supplemented may experience a mortality benefit from mixed antioxidants.
Regarding pharmacokinetics of antituberculosis drugs given enterally in patients requiring intensive care: