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library name : انستیتو تغذیه دانشگاه علوم پزشکی شهید بهشتی
Material Type : Latin Articles
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 61869
Doc. No : 523A
Main Entry : VAHDAT SHARIAT PANAHI Z
Title & Author : GINGER EXTRACT REDUCES DELAYED GASTRIC EMPTYING AND NOSOCOMIAL PNEUMONIA IN ARDS PATIENTS HOSPITALIZED IN ICU [Article]; ALAVI F.,MEHRABI YAD ELAH,SALEHI SOURMAGHI M.H.,SHAHBAZI SH.
Title : MEDICAL SCIENCES JOURNAL OF ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY
Volume Number : , Vol.19 ؛ No.3
Date : , (2009)
page : : 201 - 205
Abstract : About 20percent of patients who are hospitalized in ICU have ALI/ARDS. Their feeding is usually via enteral nutrition.Background: Delayed gastric emptying )DGE( is a major problem in patients with enteral nutrition, and they are at increased risk for aspiration and subsequent development of pneumonia. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of Ginger extract on DGE and developing nosocomial pneumonia in patients with adult respiratory distress syndrome )ARDS( who are hospitalized in intensive care unit )ICU(.Materials and methods: In this double- blind randomized clinical trial, thirty two ARDS patients, who were on mechanical ventilation and fed via nasogastric tube, were randomly divided two groups. Experimental group )n=16( received ginger extract, and control group )n=16( received coconut oil. The amount of feeding tolerated at the first 48 hours of feeding and within study period, nosocomial pneumonia, number of ICU free days, number of ventilator free days and morality were evaluated during 21 days of intervention.Results: Nosocomial pneumonia was significantly less frequent in the ginger extract group )6.3percent in the ginger extract group versus 31.3percent in the control group, p=0.07(. There was no significant difference between two groups in mortality rate. The mean number of ventilator free days was 11.25▒آ4.73 days in ginger group versus 7.18▒آ5 days in control group )p=0.02(. The mean number of ICU free days was 4.43▒آ3.5 days in control group versus 7.06▒آ3.2 days in ginger group )P=0.04(.Conclusion: this study showed that gastric feed supplementation with ginger extract might reduce DGE and help to reduce the incidence of ventilator associated pneumonia )VAP( in ARDS patients.
Descriptor : ARDS
Descriptor : GINGER
Descriptor : ENTERAL UUTRITION
Descriptor : ICU
Added Entry : TALEBAN F.A.Z
: MOKHTARI MAJID
 
 
 
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