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Protein in ICU, can we deliver what guidelines prescribe?

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Critically ill patients experience substantial muscle loss along with poor recovery and reduced quality of life that persist well beyond the hospital admission. As a strategy to improve patient outcomes, international guidelines recommend delivering higher doses of protein. In this session, the evidence and rationale for augmented protein doses will be discussed, including a look at the history behind the evolution of these international guidelines, recent trials that explored strategies to deliver more protein and practical guidance of how to interpret the current evidence and apply this to clinical practice in order to achieve guideline recommendations.


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