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Nutrition therapy in the critically ill child.
Accuracy of abbreviated indirect calorimetry protocols for energy expenditure measurement in critically ill children.
Cumulative energy imbalance in the pediatric intensive care unit: role of targeted indirect calorimetry.
Resting energy expenditure after Fontan surgery in children with single-ventricle heart defects.
Severe weight loss and hypermetabolic paroxysmal dysautonomia following hypoxic ischemic brain injury: the role of indirect calorimetry in the intensive care unit.
Energy imbalance and the risk of overfeeding in critically ill children.
Gas exchange measurement during pediatric mechanical ventilation--agreement between gas sampling at the airway and the ventilator exhaust.
Accuracy of gas exchange monitoring during noninvasive ventilation: an in vitro metabolic simulation.
Accuracy of a simplified equation for energy expenditure based on bedside volumetric carbon dioxide elimination measurement--a two-center study.
Variability of resting energy expenditure in infants and young children with intestinal failure-associated liver disease.
Current applications of metabolic monitoring in the pediatric intensive care unit.
Challenges to nutrition therapy in the pediatric critically ill obese patient.
Validation of the V(max) metabolic cart in a simulated pediatric model.
Carbon dioxide elimination and oxygen consumption in mechanically ventilated children.
A Comparison of Carbon Dioxide Elimination Measurements Between a Portable Indirect Calorimeter and Volumetric Capnography Monitor: An In Vitro Simulation.
The science and art of pediatric critical care nutrition.
Estimating Energy Expenditure in Critically Ill Children: Still Shooting in the Dark?
Energy and Protein Delivery in Overweight and Obese Children in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.
Nutritional status, metabolic state and nutrient intake in children with bronchiolitis.
Estimating Energy Expenditure and Metabolism at the Bedside-Still Shooting in the Dark?