NUTRITION PARENTERALE A DOMICILE CHEZ L'ENFANT. BILAN DE 8 ANS D'ACTIVITE CHEZ 88 MALADES

Translated title of the contribution: Home parenteral nutrition in children. Evaluation after an 8 year-experience with 88 patients

A. M. Gorski, O. Goulet, M. Lamor, F. Postaire, F. Lalondrelle, O. Corriol, V. Cauchefer, C. Nihoul-Fekete, Y. Revillon, Dominique M. Jan, S. Lortat-Jacob, C. Ricour

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Abstract

In cases where an anatomic of functional amputation of the small bowel dictates that parenteral nutrition needs to be prolonged, it is essential to offer the child the best possible quality of life. In this regard, being in his home environment is an important component. Over an 8 year-period (1980-1988), 88 children went home with cyclic parenteral nutrition. In 34, parenteral nutrition was eventually discontinued: 40 are still parenteral nutrition-dependent and 14 died. In most cases, the growth and quality of life were satisfactory. Complications consisted essentially of infections, with 1 septicemia for 692 days of home parenteral nutrition (HPN). In the light of these results, HPN appears to be the best option for prolonged parenteral nutrition-dependent children. However, it cannot be set up without the help of a suitable center able to follow the children and to ensure the logistic support necessary for this highly technical and demanding type of care.

Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)323-329
Number of pages7
JournalArchives Francaises de Pediatrie
Volume46
Issue number5
StatePublished - 1989
Externally publishedYes

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Home Parenteral Nutrition
Parenteral Nutrition
Quality of Life
Amputation
Sepsis
Growth
Infection

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  • Pediatrics, Perinatology, and Child Health

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Gorski, A. M., Goulet, O., Lamor, M., Postaire, F., Lalondrelle, F., Corriol, O., ... Ricour, C. (1989). NUTRITION PARENTERALE A DOMICILE CHEZ L'ENFANT. BILAN DE 8 ANS D'ACTIVITE CHEZ 88 MALADES. Archives Francaises de Pediatrie, 46(5), 323-329.

NUTRITION PARENTERALE A DOMICILE CHEZ L'ENFANT. BILAN DE 8 ANS D'ACTIVITE CHEZ 88 MALADES. / Gorski, A. M.; Goulet, O.; Lamor, M.; Postaire, F.; Lalondrelle, F.; Corriol, O.; Cauchefer, V.; Nihoul-Fekete, C.; Revillon, Y.; Jan, Dominique M.; Lortat-Jacob, S.; Ricour, C.

In: Archives Francaises de Pediatrie, Vol. 46, No. 5, 1989, p. 323-329.

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Gorski, AM, Goulet, O, Lamor, M, Postaire, F, Lalondrelle, F, Corriol, O, Cauchefer, V, Nihoul-Fekete, C, Revillon, Y, Jan, DM, Lortat-Jacob, S & Ricour, C 1989, 'NUTRITION PARENTERALE A DOMICILE CHEZ L'ENFANT. BILAN DE 8 ANS D'ACTIVITE CHEZ 88 MALADES', Archives Francaises de Pediatrie, vol. 46, no. 5, pp. 323-329.
Gorski AM, Goulet O, Lamor M, Postaire F, Lalondrelle F, Corriol O et al. NUTRITION PARENTERALE A DOMICILE CHEZ L'ENFANT. BILAN DE 8 ANS D'ACTIVITE CHEZ 88 MALADES. Archives Francaises de Pediatrie. 1989;46(5):323-329.
Gorski, A. M. ; Goulet, O. ; Lamor, M. ; Postaire, F. ; Lalondrelle, F. ; Corriol, O. ; Cauchefer, V. ; Nihoul-Fekete, C. ; Revillon, Y. ; Jan, Dominique M. ; Lortat-Jacob, S. ; Ricour, C. / NUTRITION PARENTERALE A DOMICILE CHEZ L'ENFANT. BILAN DE 8 ANS D'ACTIVITE CHEZ 88 MALADES. In: Archives Francaises de Pediatrie. 1989 ; Vol. 46, No. 5. pp. 323-329.
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