The metabolic and nutritional response to critical illness

G. Lavery

Effects, ofstarvation

Metabolicresponseto stress

Sympathetic, ..nervous, „system,, ,ac,t,i,vi,t,y,„and„ catecholamine, »release Adrenal., fl.lM.c.o.cojtic.oMs,, .in, , critical» , illness

Glucaqon, in, critical , illness Human, Mqrowth,ho„rmS,n,e, jncriiica!,, illness Thyroid,, functionin critical ,|iiness The, role ,of, cytokines EicosanoidsMilipid, metabolites)

Prolactin, nin,ncritic,a],„ illness

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