hyperalimentation


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Related to hyperalimentation: parenteral hyperalimentation

hy·per·al·i·men·ta·tion

 (hī′pər-ăl′ə-mĕn-tā′shən)
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Noun1.hyperalimentation - administration of a nutritionally adequate solution through a catheter into the vena cavahyperalimentation - administration of a nutritionally adequate solution through a catheter into the vena cava; used in cases of long-term coma or severe burns or severe gastrointestinal syndromes
alimentation, feeding - the act of supplying food and nourishment
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hy·per·al·i·men·ta·tion

n. hiperalimentación, sobrealimentación por vía intravenosa.

hyperalimentation

n (overfeeding) hiperalimentación f (ant, TPN) nutrición f parenteral total (NPT)
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2) It causes tinea versicolor and fungemia in patients with an intravenous access catheter, particularly those receiving lipid-containing hyperalimentation.
Controlled trail of intravenous hyperalimentation and totla bowel rest as an adjunct to the rutine therpahy of acute colitis.
Infections with this organism have been associated with hyperalimentation, poor catheter care, and breaks in infection control practices (6-7).
Total parenteral nutrition has improved survival but prolonged intravenous hyperalimentation is associated with significant complications.
IVN (Intravenous Hyperalimentation) Care Simulator: A teaching aid for explaining central venous catheterisation and the proper care of patients receiving Total Parental Nutrition (TPN) and Intravenous Hyperalimentation (IVH).
For that reason, when we can help the patient with hyperalimentation (feeding the deficient patient with the correct, living organic nutrients) as well as detoxification, it is perfectly possible to cure most of the so-called "incurable" diseases.
Anethesia Technician Biomedical Engineer Technician Caridiac Technician Cardiac Catheterization Technologist Cytogenetic Technologist Enterostomal Therapist Genetic Counselor Hyperalimentation Technician Interventional Radiological Technician Mammography Technologist Polysomnographic Technician Vascular Technician
A clinical trial of hyperalimentation in children with metastatic malignancies.
Information was collected on a standard form regarding age, sex, patient location at time of candidemia diagnosis, healthcare setting, risk factors within the preceding 30 days (including surgery, vascular access devices [VADs], hyperalimentation, and use of antimicrobial and systemic antifungal agents), major concomitant conditions (International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 10th revision, Australian modification) (15), portal of entry, clinical signs of sepsis (16), complications of candidemia, results of diagnostic studies, antifungal therapy, and clinical outcome [less than or equal to] 30 days after diagnosis.
The medium-intensiveness group included infants receiving enteral feedings by indwelling gavage tubes either continuously or by bolus feedings; intravenous hyperalimentation by indwelling percutaneous intravenous central catheter (PICC) line, broviac, or umbilical vessel catheter (UVC); and/or nasal continuous positive airway pressure by nasal prongs.
Jaundice persisting during the 1st month: inspissated bile syndrome, hyperalimentation associated cholestasis, hepatitis, cytomegalic inclusion disease, syphilis, toxoplasmosis, familial nonhemolytic icterus, congenital atresia of bile ducts, galactosemia, rarely physiologic jaundice, pyloric stenosis, hypothyroidism.