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“…Similar results were observed in the present study; lower values of anthropometric parameters were observed in patients with undernutrition, except APMT . In fact, in a study conducted by our research group, APMT showed little accuracy in predicting undernutrition and its validity as a component of nutrition screening in the hospital setting is questionable …”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 81%
“…21 In fact, in a study conducted by our research group, APMT showed little accuracy in predicting undernutrition and its validity as a component of nutrition screening in the hospital setting is questionable. 22 An observational study conducted with 119 critically ill geriatric patients receiving nutrition support compared patients' survival and death rates according to the SGA rating, and demonstrated that, in well-nourished patients, 45% survived and 34% died. 7 Another study reported higher rates of readmission in the ICU 8 and higher mortality rates in patients moderately (45.5%) and severely malnourished (55.6%) compared with well-nourished patients (10.8%).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The researchers concluded that it can be used with healthy individuals in various clinical conditions, although there are no cut-off points for all populations. More recently, Lew et al (10) through a systematic review on the validity of APMT to identify the risk of malnutrition in hospitalized adults, concluded that further studies are required to ratify the reliability of this measure and establish its cut-off values before it is instituted as a component of nutritional screening. Despite these studies, there is still no consensus on the association of APMT with other markers of nutritional status and, therefore, on its efficacy as an evaluation tool.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Outro estudo na população cirúrgica 12 observou pontos de corte para desnutrição conforme a EMAP das mãos direita e esquerda, respectivamente, de 13,4 mm e 13,1 mm, sensibilidade de 72,37% e 77,33%, e especificidade de 100% para ambas as mãos. Neste sentido, considerando estes achados, os da população cirúrgia e os dados de revisão sistemática publicada previamente 15 , acredita-se que outros estudos na população oncológica sejam necessários até que se possa estabelecer um ponto de corte para essa população. Na população saudável, as médias de EMAP entre homens e mulheres são, respectivamente, 26,1±4,4 mm e 19,8±3,3 mm para EMAPD; 25,1±4,4 mm e 18,7±3,1 mm para EMAPND 28 .…”
Section: Discussionunclassified
“…Valores de referência e pontos de corte para desnutrição em relação à EMAP na população saudável já foram publicados 14 . No entanto, parece haver necessidade de se estabelecer a confiabilidade dos valores referentes ao ponto de corte da EMAP antes que ela possa ser usada como um componente da triagem nutricional em ambiente hospitalar 15 . Por fim, estudos que avaliaram a EMAP em ambiente hospitalar se concentram principalmente na população cirúrgica [16][17][18][19] , sendo escassa a literatura referente ao uso dessa técnica entre pacientes oncológicos 20,21 .…”
Section: Introductionunclassified