NUTRISI ENTERAL PADA PASIEN DENGAN VENTILATOR

  • - Irwan Bagian Anestesi RSAU dr. M. Salamun/Fellow Konsultan Intensive Care Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Padjajaran
  • - Suwarman Konsultan Intensive Care Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung, Indonesia
Keywords: enteral nutrition, critically ill patient, mechanical ventilation

Abstract

Mechanically ventilated patients are dependent on enteral nutrition for provision of both energy and protein requirements. Enteral nutrition is supportive therapy and may impact patient outcomes. Early enteral nutrition has been shown to decrease complications and hospital length of stay and improve the prognosis. Enteral nutrition is given with several considerations, such as the amount of both energy and protein requirements and also how the nutrition is delivered to the patient. Objective. The study will focus on literature and medical evidence of enteral nutrition supplementation in patients requiring mechanical ventilation. Method. We conduct this study by searching scientific articles related to enteral nutrition in mechanically ventilated patient Conclusion. SCCM/ASPEN guidelines recommend both energy and protein target range of 25-30 kcal/kg and 1,2–2 gr/kg. Nutritional delivery is based on intitutional protocol which can be either volume-based feeding or trophic feeding protocol.
Published
2020-02-16
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