• By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 15, 2017

    LIPID PROFILE AND BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN HEAVY ALCOHOLICS

    Some studies have illustrated the association between serum lipid profile and bone mineral density or fractures. None of these studies...

    Minerals, Cholesterol, Alcohol
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 15, 2017

    CITRULLINE IN HEALTH AND DISEASE. REVIEW ON HUMAN STUDIES

    The amino acid L-citrulline is safely used from the neonatal period onwards in those with urea cycle defects and carbamyl phosphate...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 14, 2017

    THE MATERNAL-FETAL GRADIENT OF FREE AND ESTERIFIED PHYTOSTEROLS AT THE TIME OF DELIVERY IN HUMANS

    High dietary intakes of phytosterols , such as those consumed by vegans and vegetarians, are not recommended for cholesterol-lowering...

    Pregnant, Pregnancy, Cholesterol
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 13, 2017

    A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS OF THE CRITERION VALIDITY OF NUTRITION ASSESSMENT TOOLS FOR DIAGNOSING PROTEIN-ENERGY MALNUTRITION IN THE OLDER COMMUNITY SETTING

    Malnutrition is a significant barrier to healthy and independent ageing in older adults who live in their own homes, and accurate diagnosis...

    Regard, Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 12, 2017

    CIRCULATING ADIPONECTIN INCREASES IN OBESE WOMEN AFTER SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY OR GASTRIC BYPASS DRIVING BENEFICIAL METABOLIC CHANGES BUT WITH NO RELATIONSHIP WITH CAROTID INTIMA-MEDIA THICKNESS

    &Aims: Obesity surgery induces beneficial effects in metabolic and cardiovascular parameters. Adiponectin increase might be associated...

    Obesity
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 12, 2017

    BETTER EARLY OUTCOME WITH ENTERAL RATHER THAN PARENTERAL NUTRITION IN CHILDREN UNDERGOING MAC ALLO-SCT

    There is no consensus on the type of nutritional support to introduce in children undergoing allogeneic stem cell transplantation after...

    Regard, Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 10, 2017

    ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF QUALITY IMPROVEMENT MEASURES ON CATHETER RELATED BLOOD STREAM INFECTIONS AND CATHETER SALVAGE: EXPERIENCE FROM A NATIONAL INTESTINAL FAILURE UNIT

    Prevention of catheter related blood stream infections and salvage of infected central venous catheters are vital to maintaining long...

    Nutrition, Hospital
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 10, 2017

    DELIVERY OF FULL PREDICTED ENERGY FROM NUTRITION AND THE EFFECT ON MORTALITY IN CRITICALLY ILL ADULTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS OF RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIALS

    The amount of energy required to improve clinical outcomes in critically ill adults is unknown.

    Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 7, 2017

    IMPACT OF THE CALCIUM FORM OF Β-HYDROXY-Β-METHYLBUTYRATE UPON HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE PROTEIN METABOLISM

    Β-hydroxy-β-methylbutyrate is purported as a key nutritional supplement for the preservation of muscle mass in health, disease and...

    AIDS, Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 7, 2017

    QUALITY OF MEAL PROTEIN DETERMINES ANABOLIC RESPONSE IN OLDER ADULTS

    It has been demonstrated that the relative content and profile of essential amino acids play a determining role for stimulation of...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 7, 2017

    GLYCAEMIC RESPONSE AFTER INTAKE OF A HIGH ENERGY, HIGH PROTEIN, DIABETES-SPECIFIC FORMULA IN OLDER MALNOURISHED OR AT RISK OF MALNUTRITION TYPE 2 DIABETES PATIENTS

    Several studies with diabetes-specific formulas for hyperglycaemic patients in need of nutritional support have been conducted in non-malnourished...

    Nutrition, Diabetes
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 7, 2017

    A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE EPIDEMIOLOGY, PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND CURRENT MANAGEMENT OF HYPERLIPIDAEMIC PANCREATITIS

    The aim of this systematic review was to define the epidemiology and pathophysiology of hyperlipidaemic pancreatitis, establish its...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 7, 2017

    OBESITY STATUS INFLUENCES THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG SERUM OSTEOCALCIN, IRON STORES AND INSULIN SENSITIVITY

    Increased iron stores significantly influence the clinical course of several chronic metabolic diseases. Recent studies have shown...

    Obesity
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 6, 2017

    FAT MASS TO FAT-FREE MASS RATIO REFERENCE VALUES FROM NHANES III USING BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE ANALYSIS

    Low fat free mass or high fat mass are abnormal body composition phenotypes associated with morbidity. These conditions in combination...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 6, 2017

    IMPACT OF BLOOD PRESSURE, CHOLESTEROL AND GLUCOSE IN THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ADIPOSITY MEASURES AND CORONARY HEART DISEASE AND STROKE AMONG IRANIAN POPULATION

    To determine the association of body mass index and central adiposity measures with coronary heart disease /stroke, and to quantify...

    Stroke, Cholesterol
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 4, 2017

    PINITOL ALLEVIATES SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES IN HUMAN OBESITY BY A MECHANISM INVOLVING UNFOLDED PROTEIN RESPONSE AND SIRTUIN 1

    It is known that pinitol acts as a mediator of the insulin-signalling pathway, though little is known about its anti-inflammatory effect...

    Stress, Obesity
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 4, 2017

    EFFECT OF CHLORELLA SUPPLEMENTATION ON CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS: A META-ANALYSIS OF RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS

    The effect of Chlorella supplementation on cardiovascular risk factors of subjects with different health status has not been conclusively...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 4, 2017

    THE ACIDITY OF EARLY PREGNANCY DIET AND RISK OF GESTATIONAL DIABETES MELLITUS

    S and Aims: Recently, an increasing interest has been addressed to the acid-base imbalance in the pathogenesis of diabetes while we...

    Pregnant, Diet, Pregnancy, Diabetes
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Oct 3, 2017

    THE COMBINATION OF DYNAPENIA AND ABDOMINAL OBESITY AS A RISK FACTOR FOR WORSE TRAJECTORIES OF IADL DISABILITY AMONG OLDER ADULTS

    The concept of dynapenic obesity has been gaining great attention recently. However, there is little epidemiological evidence demonstrating...

    Obesity, Disability
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2017

    THE EXPERT'S GUIDE TO MEALTIME INTERVENTIONS - A DELPHI METHOD SURVEY

    Prevalence of malnutrition and myriad of barriers to adequate oral diet in hospitalised patients warrants further investment to improve...

    Diet