PMID: 3129586Mar 1, 1988Paper

Effect of starvation and total parenteral nutrition on electrolyte homeostasis in normal man

JPEN. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition
A LegaspiS F Lowry

Abstract

Elemental balances, and skeletal muscle membrane potential (Em) and biopsy were utilized to evaluate electrolyte homeostasis and body composition in 11 healthy adult volunteers after 10 days of starvation. This controlled, acute malnutrition was followed by refeeding for 10 days with two different, commonly used, total parenteral nutrition (TPN) solutions. Six subjects were refed with crystalline amino acids and dextrose (dextrose group), while five subjects received amino acids, dextrose, and lipid (lipid group). During starvation, negative balances for potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, and nitrogen were observed in both groups. When compared to starvation, total parenteral nutrition produced statistically significant (p less than 0.05) equilibrium or positive electrolyte and nitrogen balances for both, the dextrose and lipid groups. During TPN, there was a significantly (p less than 0.001) positive chloride balance in the lipid group when compared to the dextrose group. At the conclusion of the 10-day period of TPN, there was a decrease (p less than 0.05) in skeletal muscle Em. This change, in concert with the electrolyte balance data obtained during parenteral repletion, lead us to postulate that restoration of lean tissue ...Continue Reading

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Resting Potentials
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Parenteral Nutrition, Total
Starvation

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