This surgical clinics issue is part 1 of a special two part issue on nutrition and metabolism of the surgical patient co guest edited by dr stanley dudrick a pioneer in total parenteral nutrition. This surgical clinics issue is part 2 of a special two part issue on nutrition and metabolism of the surgical patient co guest edited by dr stanley dudrick a pioneer in total parenteral nutrition. This is a comprehensive reference on both basic and clinical scientific aspects of nutrition and metabolism of the patient with physiological derangement from surgical disease the book discusses general considerations intermediary metabolism patient evaluation and physiological response. Nutrition and the surgical patient from surgwiki jump to navigation search contents 1 introduction knowledge of metabolism and expertise in nutrition are increasingly part of the stock in trade of the modern surgeon although provision of adequate nutrition to patients both pre operatively and post operatively has been of . Patients undergoing surgery it is essential to understand the basic changes in metabolism that occur as a result of injury and that a compromised nutritional status is a risk factor for postoperative complications starvation during metabolic stress from any type of injury differs from fasting under physiological conditions 1 sur
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