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Влияние глутамина на функциональное состояние кишечника у больных в критическом состоянии

https://doi.org/10.15360/1813-9779-2009-3-74

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Не вызывает сомнения, что изменения со стороны желудочно-кишечного тракта играют важную роль в патогенезе развития инфекционных осложнений, сепсиса и способствуют возникновению синдрома полиорганной недостаточности. Была показана взаимосвязь между проницаемостью кишечной стенки и частотой возникновения осложнений, включая развитие тяжелого сепсиса у больных в критических состояниях. В настоящем обзоре представлены основные механизмы, способствующие нарушению целостности кишечного барьера и возможности использования экзогенного глутамина для коррекции возникающих нарушений. Ключевые слова: транслокация бактерий, сепсис, тяжелый сепсис, глутамин, энтеральное питание.

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Д. С. Цветков



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Цветков Д.С. Влияние глутамина на функциональное состояние кишечника у больных в критическом состоянии . Общая реаниматология. 2009;5(3):74. https://doi.org/10.15360/1813-9779-2009-3-74

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Tsvetkov D.S. Effect of Glutamine on Intestinal Function in Critically Ill Patients . General Reanimatology. 2009;5(3):74. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15360/1813-9779-2009-3-74

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