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Critical Care Nutrition at the Clinical Evaluation Research Unit (CERU)

is dedicated to improving nutrition therapies in the critically ill through knowledge generation, synthesis, and translation. We engage in a broad range of research activities and promote a culture of best practices in critical care nutrition. Ultimately, this will result in improved clinical outcomes for critically ill patients and increased efficiencies to our health care systems.

 


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These one-page articles are designed to educate individuals on hot topics in nutrition. We encourage you to distribute these NIBBLES in your ICU to increase awareness about these important nutrition topics! Look out for future issues of NIBBLES which will deal with other important topics, and feel free to email Margot Lemieux at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have ideas for things you'd like discussed in a future NIBBLE.

 

Issue 19: Should we PERMIT Systematic Underfeeding in all ICU Patients? Integrating the Results of the PERMIT Study in our Clinical Practice Guidelines
  June 4th, 2015
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Issue 18: The Safety of Prolonged Use of Trophic Feeds in the Critically ill Patient: it depends on the nutrition risk of the patient!
  April 29th, 2015
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Issue 17: Fish Oil Containing Emulsions: When Fat Seems to Improve Outcomes in the Critically ill
  April 28th, 2015
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Issue 16: Is There Still a Place for Metoclopramide as a Prokinetic Drug in Critically ill Patients?
  September 23th, 2014
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Issue 15: Consequences of the REDOXS and MetaPlus trials: the end of an era of glutamine and antioxidant supplementation for critically ill patients
  September 5th, 2014
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Issue 14: Determining Energy Requirements of Critically ill Patients: Complex Energy Predictive Equations vs Weight Only?
  May 30, 2014
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Issue 13: Enteral Nutrition in Sepsis: Less or More?
  February 12, 2014
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Issue 12: The Role of Alternative Lipid Emulsions in Critically ill Patients: What the Evidence Shows
  January 21, 2014
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Issue 10:    Small Bowel Feeding
  November 12, 2013
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Issue 10:    The Role of Glutamine Supplementation in Critical illness Given the Results of the REDOXS Study
  April 10, 2013
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Issue 9:   Measuring Gastric Residual Volumes in Enterally Tube Fed Critically ill Patients: The end of an era? 
  March 21, 2013
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Issue 8:  Enhanced Protein-Energy Provision via the Enteral Route Feeding Protocol in Critically Ill Patients: The PEP uP Protocol
  October 3, 2012
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Issue 7:  Trophic Feeds for All ICU Patients With Acute Lung Injury? No! 
  Feb 28, 2012
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Issue 6:  Planning for Enteral Nutrition Interruptions
  Feb 1, 2012
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Issue 5:  The North American vs. European controversy continues: The timing of supplemental parenteral nutrition in the critically ill
  October 21, 2011
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Issue 4:  Enteral Feeding and the Critically Ill Patient with Intestinal Surgery 
  January 26, 2011
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Issue 3:  Should We Enterally Feed Patients Who are Hemodynamically Unstable
  December 16, 2010
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Issue 2:  Strategies to Deal with GI Intolerance
  October 19, 2010
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Issue 1:    The Importance of Nutritional Adequacy (Or Avoiding Caloric Debt)
  July 23, 2010
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