СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ СНИЖЕНИЯ ИНТЕНСИВНОСТИ ГИПЕРМЕТАБОЛИЗМА ПРИ ТЯЖЕЛОЙ ТЕРМИЧЕСКОЙ ТРАВМЕ (ОБЗОР ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ)

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Аннотация

В обзоре освещены ключевые аспекты комплексного подхода к модулированию гиперметаболического ответа, позволяющего улучшить результаты лечения пострадавших с тяжелой ожоговой травмой — фармакологические и нефармакологические методы,  раннее энтеральное  питание и дополнительное  назначение  микронутриентов, ранняя  реабилитация  пациентов, индивидуальная оценка потребностей больного в питательных веществах и контроль адекватности проводимой терапии.


Об авторах

М. Е. Ильинский
Научно-Исследовательский институт Скорой Помощи имени Н.В. Склифосовского, Москва
Россия

Ильинский Максим Евгеньевич - научный сотрудник отделения лечения острых  эндотоксикозов



Ю. Н. Лященко
Научно-Исследовательский институт Скорой Помощи имени Н.В. Склифосовского, Москва
Россия


А. А. Рык
Научно-Исследовательский институт Скорой Помощи имени Н.В. Склифосовского, Москва
Россия


Д. Э. Бочаров
Научно-Исследовательский институт Скорой Помощи имени Н.В. Склифосовского, Москва
Россия


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Для цитирования: Ильинский М.Е., Лященко Ю.Н., Рык А.А., Бочаров Д.Э. СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ СНИЖЕНИЯ ИНТЕНСИВНОСТИ ГИПЕРМЕТАБОЛИЗМА ПРИ ТЯЖЕЛОЙ ТЕРМИЧЕСКОЙ ТРАВМЕ (ОБЗОР ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ). Журнал им. Н.В. Склифосовского «Неотложная медицинская помощь». 2016;(3):55-64.

For citation: Ilynsky M.Y., Lyashchenko Y.N., Ryk A.A., Bocharov D.E. RECENT ADVANCES OF HYPERMETABOLIC RESPONSE MODULATION IN SEVERE THERMAL TRAUMA. Russian Sklifosovsky Journal "Emergency Medical Care". 2016;(3):55-64. (In Russ.)

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