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Role of nutrition in liver transplantation for end-stage chronic liver disease.(Nutrition in Clinical Care)(Author abstract)(Report)

Patients with end-stage liver disease often reveal significant protein-energy malnutrition, which may deteriorate after listing for transplantation. Since malnutrition affects post-transplant survival, precise assessment must be an integral part of pre- and post-surgical management. While there is w... Full description

Journal Title: Nutrition Reviews Jan, 2008, Vol.66(1), p.47(8)
Main Author: Stickel, Felix
Other Authors: Inderbitzin, Daniel , Candinas, Daniel
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title: Role of nutrition in liver transplantation for end-stage chronic liver disease.(Nutrition in Clinical Care)(Author abstract)(Report)
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  • Stickel, Felix
  • Inderbitzin, Daniel
  • Candinas, Daniel
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  • Liver Transplantation -- Physiological Aspects
  • Nutrition -- Influence
  • Liver Diseases -- Care And Treatment
  • Diet Therapy -- Influence
  • Chronic Diseases -- Care And Treatment
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description: Patients with end-stage liver disease often reveal significant protein-energy malnutrition, which may deteriorate after listing for transplantation. Since malnutrition affects post-transplant survival, precise assessment must be an integral part of pre- and post-surgical management. While there is wide agreement that aggressive treatment of nutritional deficiencies is required, strong scientific evidence supporting nutritional therapy is sparse. In practice, oral nutritional supplements are preferred over parenteral nutrition, but enteral tube feeding may be necessary to maintain adequate calorie intake. Protein restriction should be avoided and administration of branched-chain amino acids may help yield a sufficient protein supply. Specific problems such as micronutrient deficiency, fluid balance, cholestasis, encephalopathy, and comorbid conditions need attention in order to optimize patient outcome.
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abstractPatients with end-stage liver disease often reveal significant protein-energy malnutrition, which may deteriorate after listing for transplantation. Since malnutrition affects post-transplant survival, precise assessment must be an integral part of pre- and post-surgical management. While there is wide agreement that aggressive treatment of nutritional deficiencies is required, strong scientific evidence supporting nutritional therapy is sparse. In practice, oral nutritional supplements are preferred over parenteral nutrition, but enteral tube feeding may be necessary to maintain adequate calorie intake. Protein restriction should be avoided and administration of branched-chain amino acids may help yield a sufficient protein supply. Specific problems such as micronutrient deficiency, fluid balance, cholestasis, encephalopathy, and comorbid conditions need attention in order to optimize patient outcome.
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