Síndrome de realimentação em pacientes hospitalizados: série de casos e revisão da literatura

Alexandre Curvelo Caldas, Juliana Tepedino Martins Alves

Abstract


A síndrome de realimentação (SR) é uma complicação da terapia nutrológica subdiagnosticada em que
múltiplos sistemas podem ser afetados, incluindo: cardiovascular, respiratório, hematológico, musculoesquelético
e neurológico. Algumas das principaiscaracterísticas são ahipervolemia, aqueda do nível
sérico de eletrólitos, principalmente os de predominância intracelular (fósforo, magnésio e potássio),
aalteração do metabolismo da glicose (hiperglicemia) e deficiência de vitaminas e oligoelementos. O
objetivo desse estudoé realizar umbreve relato de uma série de casos clínicos correlacionando-os com
dados da literatura revisada.

Keywords


Refeeding Syndrome. Malnutrition. Hypophosphatemia

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