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PENSA 2017 Congress

Submitted: August 15, 2017

Abstract ID = 56 | Classification: (3) - Critical care and related issues

Title: The role of Non-governmental organization in provision of energy and nutrients, the impact on laboratory parameters and duration hospitalization in Imam Reza Mashhad

Author(s): Javid Z (1), Jamialahmadi T (1), Sedaghat A (2), Mozaffari Rad N (3), Nematy M (4)

Institution where study was conducted:

  1. Student Research Committee, Department of Nutrition, Faculty of Medicine, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran.
  2. Cardiac Anesthesia Research Center, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran.
  3. Department of Nutrition, Imam Reza hospital, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran.
  4. Department of Nutrition, Faculty of Medicine, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran.

Keywords: NGOs, nutrition support, Thermal injuries

Background: Non-governmental organization (NGO) staffing is one of the key trends of social partnership development in the community. NGO is one of the resources used in health sector financing. Patients need high energy and protein and the hospital not be able to supply all the needs of burned patient Assistance of the NGO were used.

Objectives: To determine the role of NGO in improving the dietary intake of burnt patients studied.

Methods: Two groups of 30 adult burned people were studied. One group support of NGO. Dietary intake for three-days record was taken. In the end the amount of macro and micro nutrient intake were Analyzed with the software n4, then laboratory index, duration of hospital stay and mortality were compared between two groups. Statistical analysis SPSS was used.

Results: We found a significant difference in the NGO group and the control group in Calorie (1425.7±432.9 vs.973.8±440.9), Protein (60.2 ±16.3 vs. 42.3±17.4), carbohydrate (185.0±68.2 vs. 132.1±72.3), Fat (48.2±15.8 vs. 30.6±14.8), Zinc (6.0±2.1 vs.4.1±1.8), and total protein change(0.0(-0.3-0.5) vs.-0.5(-0.9-0.1)).There was no significant difference between the NGO group and the control group in Bau index( 79.7±24.7 vs. 69.1±24.4 ), duration hospitalization (25.8±12.2 vs. 24.1±10.6), Albumin change (-0.2(-0.6-0.2) vs. -0.2(-0.6-0.2)), Weight change (-3.7±3.9 vs. -1.2±0.8), Death(7/27 vs. 4/29).

Conclusion: This study showed that NGOs helps is very effective to improving dietary intake burned patient.

Email: javidz931@mums.ac.ir

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