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Which nutritional strategy can best prevent gut mucosal atrophy and subsequent bacterial translocation with stress patients like sepsis or esophageal lack?CorrectIncorrect
A 40-kg woman admitted to the trauma ICU receives a PN solution containing 160 g of amino acids, 80 g of lipid and 350 g of dextrose daily. She has normal renal and hepatic function. Her most recent ABG from the morning shows Respiratory Acidosis. Her fingerstick BG above 200 mg/dL. Which would be best to recommend concerning her PN?CorrectIncorrect
A 75-year-old woman (weight 50 kg) is receiving PN after an extensive bowel resection. She is expected to require about 1 week of PN. She is receiving the following macronutrients in her formula: 70% dextrose 300 ml, 20% lipid 150 ml, and 10% AA 750 ml. If these macronutrients are infused over 24 hours, which choice most closely approximates the total calories this patient is receiving daily?CorrectIncorrect
A female patient (weight 80 kg) in the intensive care unit has developed acute kidney injury caused by sepsis, and she requires intermittent hemodialysis on a daily basis to maintain her BUN/SCr ratio at 49:2.5 mg/dL. Currently, she is receiving appropriate antibiotics and is hemodynamically stable. She has also been receiving PN providing 72 g of AAs per day. What is the best recommendation for this patient’s protein intake?CorrectIncorrect
A patient (weight 70 kg) receives propofol at 45 mcg/kg/minute. Propofol is available at a concentration of 10 mg/mL and is mixed in a 10% lipid emulsion. Assuming the patient is receiving this infusion rate for 24 hours, which best approximates the total calories provided by the propofol infusion in a 24-hour period?CorrectIncorrect