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“…The authors documented poorer survival for patients receiving EN in comparison with patients receiving oral nutritional support. 77 Anderson et al 78 analyzed the feasibility of nasogastric tubes in adults. The importance of this trial is limited by a very small population size of patients.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The authors documented poorer survival for patients receiving EN in comparison with patients receiving oral nutritional support. 77 Anderson et al 78 analyzed the feasibility of nasogastric tubes in adults. The importance of this trial is limited by a very small population size of patients.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(242,274) The enteral feeding tube must be inserted early on, due to gastrointestinal toxicities. (275) It is suggested the insertion of the catheter of enteral nutrition until D+3, when gastrointestinal toxicities are not yet pronounced.…”
Section: Enteral Nutritionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The healthcare team, the patient and family members must be approached about the possibility of EN indication at the pre-HSCT assessment, when questions and myths about NT should be clarified, and benefits explained. (30,242) The healthcare team must be encouraged to use EN as something beneficial to the treatment and the patient, and understand that NT in HSCT must be focused on preventing (72,275) deterioration of the nutritional status and nutritionrelated risks to patients.…”
Section: Enteral Nutritionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Few studies in the literature have explored these issues, and only a fraction of these have focused on pediatric patients 18,19 . A study by Andersen et al, for instance, demonstrated that gastrointestinal toxicity is related to poor tolerance of ETF if initiated once the patient has already reduced their food intake, leading to increased indications of PN 5 . In the present sample, all patients had some degree of gastrointestinal toxicity (data not shown).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Thus, nutritional monitoring and the implementation of nutritional therapy (NT) are especially important strategies to counteract the catabolic effects of the disease and the transplant process in pediatric patients, who are in the growth and development phase. Enteral NT seems to offer several benefits, such as decreased adverse effects, costs and length of hospital stay 4,5 , especially with early implementation 6 . Therefore, the aim of this study is to describe the use of NT in children and adolescents submitted to autologous HSCT, and verify changes in nutritional status at hospital discharge after HSCT.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%