By Christopher P. Duggan, Kathleen M. Gura, Tom Jaksic
"This reference offers a present, multidisciplinary method of the care of sufferers with intestinal failure. It comprises extensive dialogue on scientific and dietary concerns particularly relative to young ones with intestinal failure. It offers details on transplantation, yet emphasizes rehabilitation. subject matters disguise etilogy/epidemiology, pathophysiology, and medical overview of intestinal failure in adults and pediatrics; scientific and surgical administration; prevention and therapy of issues of intestinal failure; nursing administration; rising diagnostic and healing tools; and long-term care. it really is written via specialists in nutrients, gastroenterology and pediatrics, pharmacy, in addition to gastrointestinal surgery"--Provided via publisher. Read more...
content material: Pt. 1. Intestinal failure --
pt. 2. scientific and surgical administration --
pt. three. Prevention and remedy of issues of intestinal failure --
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pt. five. rising diagnostic and healing equipment --
pt. 6. long term care.
summary: "This reference offers a present, multidisciplinary method of the care of sufferers with intestinal failure. It contains in depth dialogue on clinical and dietary concerns in particular relative to teenagers with intestinal failure. It provides details on transplantation, yet emphasizes rehabilitation. subject matters conceal etilogy/epidemiology, pathophysiology, and scientific overview of intestinal failure in adults and pediatrics; clinical and surgical administration; prevention and remedy of issues of intestinal failure; nursing administration; rising diagnostic and healing tools; and long-term care. it really is written via specialists in meals, gastroenterology and pediatrics, pharmacy, in addition to gastrointestinal surgery"--Provided by means of writer
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50. , and Capra, F. Survival rate and prognostic factors in patients with intestinal failure. Dig Liver Dis 2004;36(1):46–55. 51. , and Bamoud, D. Prognosis of patients with nonmalignant chronic intestinal failure receiving long-term home parenteral nutrition. Gastroenterology 1995;108(4):1005–1010. 52. A. Factors predicting a successful outcome after pharmacologic bowel compensation. Ann Surg 1997;226(3):288–292; discussion 292–293. 53. M. et al. Are plasma citrulline and glutamine biomarkers of intestinal absorptive function in patients with short bowel syndrome?
The mucosa comprises of epithelium, lamina propria, and muscularis mucosa. The epithelium lines the lumen of the intestine and exhibits several special functions, including immunity, secretion of various enzymes and fluids (water and electrolytes), and nutrient absorption. The muscularis mucosa contracts and relaxes contributing to a change in the surface area of the epithelium in the GI lumen thereby contributing to digestion and absorption. The submucosa contains a dense layer of connective tissue, blood vessels, lymphatics, and the submucosal or Meissner’s plexus branching into the mucosa and muscularis externa.
21,22 From within the enterocyte, Fe2+ is subsequently transported into the blood where it is bound to transferrin and is soon delivered to the liver for storage and eventually transported to bone marrow for the production of hemoglobin. On average, only 10% of dietary iron is absorbed although this can increase by 20% during pregnancy and severe iron deficiency. Iron absorption is tightly regulated at the mucosal level to avoid iron overload. Because iron is absorbed proximally, surgical bypass or resection commonly results in iron deficiency.