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    Expert Consensus on Nutritional Support for Children with Congenital Heart Disease (2023 Edition)

    Xuming Mo1,*, Wei Cai2,*, Jirong Qi1, Zhuoming Xu3, Ying Wang4, Weihui Yan4, Shoujun Li5, Nianguo Dong6, Xinxin Chen7, Jinfen Liu3, Qiang Shu8, Jimei Chen9, Haibo Zhang3, Hao Zhang10, Quansheng Xing11, Qi An12, Xiaofeng Li13, Xu Wang14, Yan He15, Junwu Su16, Taibing Fan17, Teng Ming18, Weibing Tang19, Li Hong20, Jinghao Zheng3, Ming Ye21, Guocheng Sun22, Yiqun Ding23, Liang Tao24, Yifeng Yang25, Zhongshi Wu25, Hua Cao26, Qiang Wang16, Keming Yang5, Libing Zhang27, Ping Wen28, Yanqin Cui29, Bo Zhai30, Yong Zou18, Qingya Tang31, Rui Chen11, Chun Wu32, Zhiyu Feng33, Caixia Liu34, Yaping Mi21, Rufang Zhang35, Ke Lin12, Xin Li36, Mingan Pi37, Xiangming Fan8, Shanshan Shi38, Peng Huang39, Zhengxia Pan32, Jiafeng Qi40, Renwei Chen41, Shuguang Tao42, Yaqin Shu1, Huifeng Zhang21, Lan Jiang1, Min Da1, Nishant Patel1, Liang Hu1, Cardiac Surgery Group of Pediatric Surgery Society of Chinese Medical Association, Parenteral Enteral Nutrition Society of Chinese Medical Association

    Congenital Heart Disease, Vol.18, No.6, pp. 571-593, 2023, DOI:10.32604/chd.2024.048939

    Abstract The second edition of the expert consensus on pediatric nutrition was formed based on a global update of pediatric nutrition guidelines or consensus worldwide, the management of congenital heart disease, and the results of multi-center clinical nutrition research for congenital heart disease following the first Chinese consensus edition of 2016. The consensus was also shaped by the results of three discussion sessions and two questionnaires conducted by the 13-member collaboration group. This process was informed by both clinical guidelines and expert consensus. The quality of literature, both in English and Chinese, and the level of recommendations were evaluated using the… More >

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    Preoperative Feeding in Single Ventricle Neonates is Predictive of Shorter Time to Goal Feed

    Alyssia Venna1, Kathleen Reid2, Sarah Davis2, Jiaxiang Gai3, Yves d’Udekem1, Sarah Clauss2,*

    Congenital Heart Disease, Vol.17, No.5, pp. 505-518, 2022, DOI:10.32604/chd.2022.021571

    Abstract Background: Patients with single ventricle anatomy are at increased risk of growth failure and malnutrition. Amongst cardiac centers, there is little standardization of feeding practices in this complex population. We hypothesized that initiation of our center’s preoperative feeding protocol would result in decreased gastrostomy tube (G-tube) use, decreased length of stay and would not result in increased Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) rates. Methods: A single institution review of 52 patients who had undergone stage I single ventricle palliative repair was performed. Patient diagnoses were hypoplastic left heart syndrome (39%), atrioventricular canal (15%), and other (46%). Postoperative parameters such as time to… More > Graphic Abstract

    Preoperative Feeding in Single Ventricle Neonates is Predictive of Shorter Time to Goal Feed

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