Enteral nutrition led to fewer postoperative complications than did parenteral feeding in gastrointestinal cancer

Koretz, Ronald L.
May 2002
ACP Journal Club;May/Jun2002, Vol. 136 Issue 3, p93
Academic Journal
Comments on a study which examined postoperative enteral versus parenteral nutrition in malnourished patients with gastrointestinal cancer. Effects of enteral nutrition (EN) on gastrointestinal cancer; Differences between parenteral or enteral routes of infusion; Basis for the superiority of EN over parenteral nutrition.


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