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Intensive Care Units are basically organ-support units. They support Ventilation with Mechanical Ventilation, Cardiac failure with Inopressors and IABP, Renal failure with Renal Replacement Therapy and other organ-relate ailments and failures with similar organ support. Whilst all this happens, it cannot be denies that, many a time, we tend to forget GI failure with Nutritional support. Clinical Nutrition, which could be a game-changer in such scenarios, is but still a development science. It however cannot be denies that it is an oft-neglect science by Physicians!
It is inarguable that Intensivists are the right Physicians to take care of this support as a whole! They are the right specialists to deliver Enteral (RN) and Parenteral (TPN/SPN) support to critically ill patients. Much has evolve in starvation protocols and nutritional support in the perioperative care of our surgical patients. ERAS protocols are over 15 years old whilst there exist quite a few new developments in this field to enhance the chances and speed of recovery of our surgical patients.
This online CME aims to introduce this science of Clinical Nutrition to budding intensivists already practicing this art of Clinical Nutrition. At the end of this CME you would be equipped with the basics as well as the advanced aspects of TPN. YOU, the multiface physician, should also obtain a thorough knowledge of this yet-unexpose speciality! Participate and absorb the enrich experience of
Nutrition Therapy to pass on its benefits to our critically ill and surgical patients!
Welcome to the online CME!
- Lectures 21
- Tests 2
- Skill level Medicine Graduate
- Language English
- Students 2
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
PRE TEST MCQ
- Nutritional support in critically ill surgical patient
- Perioperative nutritional and metabolic care-Facts versus Fiction-Dr.Krishnan Sriram
- Nutrition screening and assessment-Mrs Daphnee.M.K
- Enteral nutrition prescription-Dr.Shridhar Nagaiyan
- Enteral access for tube feeding-Dr.Ubal Dhas
- Enteral products-Practical demonstration
- Enteral products practical demonstration 2
- Use the functioning gut – enteral feeding is the best-Dr.Biju Pottakkat
- 10 steps in parenteral description-Dr.P.C.Vijayakumar
- Kabiven preparation
- Parenteral products -Practical demonstration
- Disease specific formula feeds-Mrs Meenakshi Bajaj
- Re-feeding and overfeeding-Dr.M.N.Sivakumar
- Winning a battle but losing a war-Quality of life with high protein diet-Dr.P.C Vijayakumar.
- Traditional perioperative starvation should perish Anesthesiologist Role- Stop feeding late pre OP-Dr.Surendranath .V
- Surviving malnutrition in critical illness-Dr.P.C.Vijayakumar
- Surgeons Role Restart early post OP-Dr.Patta Radhakrishna
- Nutrition support – A Game changer in the patient outcome- Dr.N.Ramakrishnan
POST TEST MCQ