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The main objectives of clinical nutrition in myocardial infarction


The main objectives of clinical nutrition are:
1. Contribute to the regenerative processes in the muscle of the heart.
2. Improve blood circulation and metabolism.
3. Eliminate stress on the cardiovascular and central nervous system.
4. To ensure the sparing of the digestive organs and the normalization of the motor function of the intestine. Nutrition should correspond to the periods of the disease (acute, subacute, scarring), the patient's motor activity, take into account associated diseases and complications.
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The main objectives of clinical nutrition in myocardial infarction

  1. The basic principles of clinical nutrition in myocardial infarction
    In nutrition, calorie content and food volume are significantly limited, which then gradually increases. Exclude foods rich in animal fats and cholesterol (fatty meats, animal internal organs, brains, caviar, egg yolk, animal fats, fatty fish, etc.), products that cause fermentation in the intestines and flatulence (black bread, cabbage, legumes , milk in its natural form, etc.).
  2. Nutrition in myocardial infarction
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  3. The basic principles of clinical nutrition in peptic ulcer
    1. Providing a complete balanced diet; 2. Compliance with the diet; 3. To provide mechanical, chemical and thermal schazhenie stomach and duodenum. One of the most important moments of clinical nutrition is adherence to food intake, which is even more significant than the composition of the diet itself. As soon as food comes into contact with the gastric mucosa,
  4. ECG for myocardial infarction
    One of the key topics in electrocardiography is the diagnosis of myocardial infarction. Consider this important topic in the following order: 1. Electrocardiographic signs of myocardial infarction. 2. Localization of heart attack. 3. Stage infarction. 4. Varieties of heart attacks
  5. Tasks of medical nutrition
    The main objectives of therapeutic nutrition in pulmonary tuberculosis are: 1. Providing the body with adequate nutrition in terms of protein breakdown, deterioration in the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates, increased consumption of vitamins and minerals. 2. Increase the body's resistance to infection and intoxication. 3. Contribute to the normalization of metabolism. 4. Contribute to the restoration of tissues affected
  6. Arrhythmias in myocardial infarction
    In patients with acute myocardial infarction, cardiac rhythm and conduction disturbances often develop, which can go away in a few part-days as myocardial state stabilizes. Accelerated ventricular rhythm, ventricular extrasystoles and tachycardias, atrial fibrillation, as well as dysfunction of the sinus node and AV blockade are most often detected. Among the risk factors for violations
  7. VT in acute myocardial infarction
    Ventricular arrhythmias (ZhE, ZhT, VF) in the acute period of myocardial infarction is the result of a complex interaction between a powerful stream of neuro-vegetative (sympathetic) stimuli coming to the heart and local ischemic, necrotic, dysmetabolic (extracellular acidosis, hyperkalemia, "heart poisons" and others) by processes in the myocardium of the left ventricle ("stress-ischemia") [Meerson F. 3, 1987;
  8. Mortality in myocardial infarction
    The general mortality at IM varies from 10 to 20%. Most pre-hospital deaths are the result of the development of arrhythmias, which largely cannot be prevented. The majority of deaths in hospitalized patients occurs due to the failure of the myocardial injection function, which is not amenable to treatment. Therefore, patient survival can be enhanced
  9. Emergency care for stenocardia and acute myocardial infarction
    Calm the patient and others, put the patient (to provide physical and mental peace). Give a tongue 1-2 tablets of nitroglycerin. If necessary, apply nitroglycerin again every 15 minutes. Perhaps the occurrence of headaches, noise in the head. With angina, enter analgin 50% - 2 ml or tramal - 2 ml intramuscularly, and it is better immediately intravenously in 10-20 ml of 0.9% aqueous solution
  10. Approximate one-day menu for myocardial infarction
    FIRST RATION I. On an empty stomach: an infusion of prunes. First breakfast: buckwheat porridge, grated on milk, grated curd with sugar (sugar from the daily rate), barley coffee with milk (sugar from the daily rate). Second breakfast: applesauce (or any fruit) with sugar (sugar from the daily norm), broth hips. Lunch: broth with egg flakes, boiled chicken, black currant jelly. Tea time:
  11. The basic principles of clinical nutrition
    1. The diet should be varied, taking into account the development of the tuberculous process and the general condition of the body. 2. Strict regimens and limited nutrition can be prescribed only for a short time (with complications and exacerbations of the disease). 3. At all stages of treatment, nutrition should be differentiated. It is necessary to follow the basic principles of qualitative and quantitative construction of the diet in
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