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Malnutrition in Intensive Care Units: An Important Risk Factor for Intensive Care Unit-Acquired Infections
Dahili ve Cerrahi Bilimler Yoğun Bakım Dergisi/Turkish Journal of Medical and Surgical Intensive Care
Intensive care units have the highest prevalence of nosocomial infections in hospitals. Good nutritional support is essential to prevent nosocomial infections. However, malnutrition is a common and important problem in intensive care units, especially in developing countries. For the prevention of malnutrition, a team approach is needed. Immunonutrition is nutrition that affects the immune response in various ways and increases the strength of the immune system. Pharmaconutrition is thedoi:10.5152/dcbybd.2014.591 fatcat:2ynttk65jbc5jltju6746g5qla