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Gastrointestinal dysfunction and inadequate nutrient intake are frequently seen in critically ill patients. Recent studies have shown that parenteral nutrition is safe among these patients. This narrative review aims to describe the risks associated with overfeeding and how to safely indicate and implement parenteral nutrition in the intensive care unit. After the acute phase of critical illness, individualized parenteral nutrition, using indirect calorimetry and balanced lipid emulsions, maydoi:10.37111/braspenj.2020352013 fatcat:r5vpfeyr5jg2jhzms5ethbkaoa