Inpatient enteral and parenteral [corrected] nutrition for patients with diabetes

Current Diabetes Reports
Michael A Via, Jeffrey I Mechanick

Abstract

Both glycemic control and adequate nutrition support impact the clinical outcome of hospitalized patients. Providing nutrition to malnourished patients using the enteral or parenteral route may increase the risk of hyperglycemia, especially in patients with diabetes. Hyperglycemia can be managed through the use of enteral tube feeds with reduced carbohydrate content or limiting the carbohydrate concentration in parenteral formulas. Judicious use of insulin or other glucose-lowering medications synchronized with appropriate nutrition support allows for optimal inpatient glycemic control.

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Related Concepts

Diabetes Mellitus
Force Feeding
Hospitalization
Hypoglycemic Effect
Inpatient
Parenteral Nutrition
Carbohydrates
Diabetes
Glucose
Hyperglycemia

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