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The Patient- And Nutrition-Derived Outcome Risk Assessment Score (PANDORA): Development of a Simple Predictive Risk Score for 30-Day In-Hospital Mortality Based on Demographics, Clinical Observation, and Nutrition

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Hiesmayr, Michael
Frantal, Sophie
Schindler, Karin
Themessl-Huber, Michael
Mouhieddine, Mohamed
Schuh, Christian
Pernicka, Elisabeth
Schneider, Stéphane
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Published in PLOS ONE. 2015, vol. 10, no. 5, p. e0127316
Abstract Three-compartment bags are safe, economic and ergonomic. It is important, however, to keep the knowledge of pharmacies to compound total parenteral nutrition for children and (adult) patients with specific pathologies. Research is ongoing in the development of bags with more than three compartments, to include for instance vitamins. This necessitates improvements in bag materials and wrapping. Progress can be made regarding total parenteral nutrition prescription and delivery, as well as in the incidence of related infections by promoting training in clinical nutrition and the implementation of a multidisciplinary nutritional support team.
Keywords Economics, ergonomics, multi-compartment bags, nutritional support team, parenteral nutrition
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PMID: 26000634
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HIESMAYR, Michael et al. The Patient- And Nutrition-Derived Outcome Risk Assessment Score (PANDORA): Development of a Simple Predictive Risk Score for 30-Day In-Hospital Mortality Based on Demographics, Clinical Observation, and Nutrition. In: PLOS ONE, 2015, vol. 10, n° 5, p. e0127316. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:74262

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