2015
DOI: 10.1590/s0004-28032015000200004
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Abstract: -Background -Patients with short bowel syndrome have significant fluid and electrolytes loss. Objective -Evaluate the mineral and electrolyte status in short bowel syndrome patients receiving intermittent parenteral nutrition or oral feeding. Methods -Twenty two adults with short bowel syndrome, of whom 11 were parenteral nutrition dependent (PN group), and the 11 remaining had been weaned off parenteral nutrition for at least 1 year and received all nutrients by oral feeding (OF group). The study also include… Show more

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“…Mg intakes have decreased bỹ 50% in the American diet over the past century (17). It is estimated that only~40% of the US population consumes the recommended daily intake of Mg (19), and the elderly, those (4,20,25,29,45,63). Using LLC-PK 1 cells, a porcine renal tubular epithelial cell line used most commonly to study nephrotoxic drugs and mechanisms to block drug-induced nephrotoxicity (24), we showed that exposure to Mg deficiency in vitro promoted cisplatin-mediated cytotoxicity and inflammation, and Mg supplementation blocked this effect (Fig.…”
Section: F345mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Mg intakes have decreased bỹ 50% in the American diet over the past century (17). It is estimated that only~40% of the US population consumes the recommended daily intake of Mg (19), and the elderly, those (4,20,25,29,45,63). Using LLC-PK 1 cells, a porcine renal tubular epithelial cell line used most commonly to study nephrotoxic drugs and mechanisms to block drug-induced nephrotoxicity (24), we showed that exposure to Mg deficiency in vitro promoted cisplatin-mediated cytotoxicity and inflammation, and Mg supplementation blocked this effect (Fig.…”
Section: F345mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Chronic diarrhea, celiac disease, Crohn's disease, foregut surgery, and short‐bowel syndrome might lead to copper deficiency through decreased global intestinal absorption . Exudative enteropathies cause malabsorption of multiple nutrients, including copper .…”
Section: Causesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Patients with short bowel syndrome (SBS) are at risk of Cu deficiency even after weaning onto oral diet. A recent study investigated 22 adults with SBS following intestinal resection, of whom half had been weaned onto oral diet and half remained dependent on PN 27 . Patients in the PN group had a small intestine with a median length of 25 cm (range, 10–100), and 6 patients had a colon.…”
Section: Cu Deficiencymentioning
confidence: 99%