Canis ISSN: 2398-2942

Dietetic diet: for critical care

Contributor(s): Marge Chandler, Elisa Mazzaferro

Introduction

Name

UK

  • EC Directives.
  • Feeding Stuffs Regulations 1995 (UK).

Class of drug

  • Dietetic pet food.

Description

Physical properties

Uses

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Administration

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Adverse Reactions

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Further Reading

Publications

Refereed papers

  • Goode H F, Crowley H C, Walker B E, Howdle P D & Webster N R (1995)Decreased antioxidant status and increased lipid peroxidation in patients with septic shock and secondary organ dysfunction.Crit Care Med.23(4),646-651.
  • Douglas R G & Shaw J H F (1989)Metabolic response to sepsis and trauma.Brit J Surg.76,115 - 122.
  • Shaw J H F & Wolfe R R (1987)Energy and protein metabolism in sepsis and trauma. Australia and New Zealand.J Surg.57,41 - 47.

Other sources of information

  • Michel K (1998)Interventional nutrition for the critical care patient: Optimal diets.Clin Tech Sm Anim Pract.14(4),204-210.
  • Wheeler S L & McGuire B (1989)Enteral nutritional support.In:Current Veterinary Therapy X: Small Animal Practice.Ed R W Kirk. W B Saunders Co, Philadelphia, USA.
  • Crowe D T (1988)Understanding the needs of critically ill or injured patients.Vet Med.83(12),1224-1249.

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