The 2015 Canadian Critical Care Nutrition CPGs are released!
The 2015 Clinical Practice Guidelines summarize the evidence from approximately 354 randomized controlled trials in the area of critical care nutrition since 1980.
The included studies have undergone a formal review process by the Canadian Clinical Practice Guidelines Committee and provide the latest and best evidence for clinical practice in the various areas of critical care nutrition. These guidelines were developed in collaboration with the Canadian Critical Care Society (CCCS) and the Canadian Critical Care Trials Group (CCCTG).
Highlights of the 2015 Canadian Clinical Practice Guidelines
Summarizes the evidence from 41 new randomized controlled trials since the 2013 Guidelines
There are a total of 46 recommendations under 12 main topics and several sub topics
New! There are 2 new sections in this year's update. Enteral Glutamine vs Parenteral Dipeptide Supplementation is under the topic PN Glutamine (topic 9) and Vitamin C is under the topic Antioxidant Strategies (topic 11).
The full Summary of Evidence is not yet available for topics 11.1 and 11.2. We are waiting upon further information from a recent trial.
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Updated May 29th, 2015