Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition: Errata


A.S.P.E.N. regrets that typographical errors were made in the titles of the following abstracts that were published in the A.S.P.E.N. 25th Clinical Congress Program Book and the January issue of JPEN. A.S.P.E.N. prints the following corrections:

Abstract 0001: Early enteral nutrition in critically ill patients with a high-protein diet enriched with fiber and antioxidants compared with a standard high-protein diet. The effect on nosocomial infections and outcome. Tomas Caparros1, Jorge Lopez2, Teodoro Grau3, Nutrition and Metabolism Working Group4, 1Fundacion Jimenez Diaz, Madrid, Spain; 2Hospital Severo Ochoa, Leganes, Madrid, Spain; 3Hospital Universitario de Getafe, Madrid, Spain; 4Spanish Society of Critical Care Medicine, Madrid, Spain

Abstract 0003: Magnesium, calcium and zinc loss from trauma patients during continuous renal replacement therapy. Catherine Klein1, Amy Schweitzer1, Phylis Moser-Veillon1, H. Neal Reynolds2, 1University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, 2R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, Baltimore, Maryland United States

Abstract 24: Elevated maganese levels in long-term home parenteral nutrition patients are not predicted by dose. JK Siepler, RA Nishikawa, T Diamantidis, R Okamoto. University of California Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, California; Nutrishare, Elk Grove, California

Abstract 0025: Monthly urokinase in home parenteral nutrition patients reduces the incidence of hospital admissions. JK Siepler, T Diamantidis, RA Nishikawa, M Hester, D Totty, R Okamoto. University of California Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, California; Nutrishare, Elk Grove, California

Abstract 0069: Nutritional Requirement of Nucleotides in simulated microgravity. K Yamauchi, V Ramesh, N Hales, NR Pellis, AD Kulkarni. Department of Surgery, University of Texas Medical School and Cellular Biotechnology, JSC/NASA, Houston, Texas

Abstract 0080: Comparison of Isolated Perfused Rat and Guinea-Pig Liver Models for the Study of Hepatic Metabolism. Samira Chaib1, Christine Charrueau2, Nathalie Nevex1,3, Luc Cynober1,3, Jean-Pascal DeBrandt1,3. 1Biologie de la Nutrition, EA 2498, et 2Pharmacie Galenique, Faculte de Pharmacies 3Biochimie A, Hotel-Dieu, Paris, France.


Please be advised that the opinions or other statements published in JPEN supplement Volume 26: number 2 entitled, “Proceedings from Summit on Immune-Enhancing Enteral Therapy” are not necessarily those of the American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (A.S.P.E.N), its officers, its editors, or any members of its Editorial boards. Furthermore, A.S.P.E.N did not cosponsor or participate in the development of this event.

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