home
about the project
News of medicine
Authors
Licensed books on medicine
<< Previous Next >>

Nutrition for acute pancreatitis


The pancreas plays an important role in the life of a person. It produces and releases into the lumen of the duodenum active juice, the substances that split the components of food - proteins, fats, carbohydrates - into simple compounds that are then absorbed by the intestinal mucosa, enter the bloodstream, are captured by the cells of the organs, taking part in the cellular metabolism, the construction of tissues.
In addition, it produces insulin, which is involved in the regulation of carbohydrate metabolism, and lipocaine, which prevents fatty degeneration of the liver.
Inflammatory process of the pancreas - pancreatitis occurs most often as a result of excessive consumption of fatty foods and alcoholic beverages.
Pancreatitis can occur in acute and chronic form. Nutrition in diseases of the pancreas depends on the form of pancreatitis. In acute pancreatitis in the first two days of the disease, the patient is only allowed to drink - a glass of rose hips or Borjomi mineral water 4-5 times a day.
On the 3rd day the food should be with significant caloric restriction. From the diet exclude fats, table salt and other foods that increase the secretion of gastric juice and cause bloating.
Recommend a liquid, carbohydrate-rich food, which is prepared without salt and distributed to 7-8 receptions at equal intervals. Fruit juices, sugar, honey, broth of a black currant, broth of a dogrose with sugar, cranberry морс are useful. The liquid is introduced in an amount of 2-2.5 liters.
On the 5th day, food can be more caloric (up to 600-800 calories). It contains 15 g of proteins (dairy and vegetable), 150-200 g of carbohydrates, fats are excluded.
From the 6th to the 8th day, a diet of up to 1000 calories is allowed: 50 g of proteins, 10 g of fat, 250 g of carbohydrates. For breakfast, you can give manna or rice porridge on the water with sugar, an apple or an orange, tea with sugar; for the second breakfast - potato or carrot puree, 50 g of boiled low-fat chicken meat or lean fish, a glass of broth of wild rose with sugar; for lunch - 100-150 g of vegetarian broth, 30-40 g of boiled fish or beef with mashed potatoes, one mashed apple, 50-60 grams of fat-free cottage cheese with sugar, tea with sugar, tea with jam; at night - a glass of boiled water with a tablespoon of honey or a glass of curdled milk.
From 10-15th day in the menu include up to 60 g of protein, 20 g of fat, 300 g of carbohydrates.
Food is still cooked in a garbled form, without salt, taken in small portions. Further, the calorie content of food gradually increases, the amount of proteins increases to 100 g, fat to 40 g and carbohydrates - up to 450 g, increase the amount of water-soluble vitamins.
After acute pancreatitis, vegetarian soups, non-fat non-fatty boiled meat and dishes from it, fresh home-made cottage cheese and dishes from it, dishes from cereals and vegetables - cereals, puddings, fruits and berry juices, honey, jam, sugar, boiled lean fish are recommended. For the night use products that have a laxative effect: kefir, curdled milk, honey with water, prunes, raisins, beet or carrot juice.
Fat food, dough, fried fish, lard, sour cream, creams, creams, meat and fish snacks, pickles, smoked meat, marinades, onions, garlic, radish, radishes are strictly excluded from the diet. Alcohol is strictly forbidden.
After suffering acute pancreatitis, this should be food for 6-12 months. 90% of the patient's health will depend on how he will eat, how he will withstand the limitations in nutrition. The pancreas, like no body, immediately responds to any bias in the diet.
EXAMPLE MEASURE IN ACUTE PANCREATITIS
1 day.
You can only drink a glass of rosehip broth or "Borjomi" 4-5 times a day.
2 day.
You can only drink a glass of rosehip broth or "Borjomi" 4-5 times a day.
3-5 day.
9 hours: grape juice 20 g.
11 hours: tea with jam (jam 40 g).
13 hours: honey 40 g.

15 hours: apricot juice 200 g.
17 hours: broth briar 200 g.
19 hours: tea with jam (jam 40 g).
21 hours: fruit juice.
22 hours 30 minutes: tea with honey (honey 40 g).
6-8 day.
8 hours: porridge semolina or rice on water mashed.
11 hours: scrambled egg white.
14 hours: rice soup with vegetables, meat or fish boiled, jelly.
17 hours: broth of dogrose, cottage cheese, fat-free.
19 hours: rice porridge rubbed on the water, tea.
9-15 day.
To the ration 6-8 days add porridge, in the morning and in the evening crackers from white bread, tea with sugar.
16-25 days (1 option)
For the whole day: sugar 50 g, jam 50 g.
8 hours: porridge on the water, cottage cheese, fat, tea with
sugar.

11 hours: boiled noodles, fruit juice.
14 hours: pearl barley vegan soup with vegetables, carrot puree, boiled meat, jelly from grape juice.
17 hours: broth of dogrose, crackers with sugar, apple baked with sugar.
19 hours: fish pouring, pilaf with fruit, tea with sugar.
At night: prunes 50 g.
16-25 day (option 2)
For the whole day: sugar 50 g, jam 50 g.
8 hours: buckwheat porridge rubbed on water, scrambled egg white steam, tea with sugar.
11 hours: cottage cheese is fat-free.
14 hours: oatmeal soup, meatballs, boiled potatoes, apple mousse.
17 hours: broth of dogrose, crackers with sugar, apple freshly grated or baked.
19 hours: casserole from vermicelli with cottage cheese, jelly.

At night: prunes 50 g.

16-25 day (option 3)
For the whole day: sugar 50 g, jam 50 g.
8 hours: rice porridge rubbed on the water, cottage cheese skim, tea with sugar.
11 hours: boiled noodles, fruit juice.
14 hours: pearl barley soup, ragout of meat and vegetables or beef stroganoff from boiled meat, fresh or mashed apples.
17 hours: broth of dogrose, crackers with sugar.
19 hours: cherry pudding, boiled meat, tea with sugar.
21 hours: Prunes.
<< Previous Next >>
= Skip to the content of the tutorial =

Nutrition for acute pancreatitis

  1. Nutrition for chronic pancreatitis
    Chronic pancreatitis occurs most often after acute, but can also be primary, for example, in patients with cirrhosis of the liver, chronic hepatitis, with duodenal ulcers, with stones in the biliary tract, sometimes with atherosclerosis and malnutrition in alcoholics, allergic diseases, etc. The main thing in the treatment of chronic pancreatitis is the correctly constructed
  2. NUTRITION IN PANCREASES (PANCREATITE)
    NUTRITION IN PANCREAS DISEASES
  3. Nutrition with exacerbation of liver inflammation and acute inflammation of the gallbladder
    Nutrition is recommended for patients with acute cholecystitis and hepatitis, chronic cholecystitis and hepatitis, cirrhosis of the liver with moderately expressed hepatic insufficiency, cholelithiasis, as well as with simultaneous lesion of the liver and bile ducts, stomach and intestines. The food is cooked on water or steam, rubbed. Products that enhance the processes of fermentation and putrefaction in
  4. Methods for correcting acute respiratory failure in acute lung injury / acute respiratory distress syndrome with a proven effect on mortality and ventilator-induced lung damage
    • Ventilation with small respiratory volumes. The use of small respiratory volumes can reduce the manifestations of volumetrics and avoid high transpulmonary pressures. According to the largest multicenter randomized controlled study conducted by ARDSnet in 41 centers and including 861 patients, the use of small respiratory volumes (6 ml / kg body weight) results in
  5. Pacemy with acute myocardial infarction
    Indications for constant stimulation after MI in patients who underwent AV blockade are more related to violations of intraventricular conduction. Unlike other indications for permanent stimulation, the criteria for patients with MI and AV blockade do not necessarily depend on the presence of symptoms. Moreover, the need for temporary stimulation in acute MI does not in itself determine the indications to
  6. VT with acute myocardial infarction
    Ventricular arrhythmias (JE, VT, VF) in the acute period of myocardial infarction are the result of a complex interaction between a powerful flow of neuro-vegetative (sympathetic) stimuli coming to the heart and local ischemic, necrotic, dysmetabolic (extracellular acidosis, hyperkalemia, and others) by processes in the myocardium of the left ventricle ("stress ischemia") [Meerson F. 3., 1987;
  7. Help with an acute attack of angina
    The patient should be informed that the onset of an attack of angina pectoris requires an immediate cessation of the load, which provoked it. Most often, when the attack develops during walking, it is recommended to immediately stop and remain at rest until the pain stops completely. For relief of angina attacks, preparations of nitroglycerin in the form of sublingual
  8. Respiratory support for acute pulmonary edema
    Acute pulmonary edema is a formidable complication that always leads quickly to deep arterial hypoxemia. The patient's help should be provided immediately. At the first signs of pulmonary edema development, along with conventional therapeutic agents, the use of BBJI methods is shown. Their main tasks are increasing intrapulmonary pressure, reducing preload of the right ventricle and eliminating
  9. Emergency care for angina and acute myocardial infarction
    Calm the patient and others, put the patient (to provide physical and mental rest). Give under the tongue 1-2 tablets of nitroglycerin. If necessary, use nitroglycerin every 15 minutes. There may be headaches, noise in the head. When angina pectoris enter analgin 50% - 2 ml or tramal - 2 ml intramuscularly, and preferably immediately intravenously for 10-20 ml of 0.9% solution
  10. Artificial ventilation of lungs with acute lung injury and ARDS
    The traditional approach The basic principles of treatment of acute lung injury (ALP) are generally accepted. The main goal is to ensure effective gas exchange with the smallest F | O2 and the inspiratory pressure. The relative dangers of oxygen therapy and high pressure for arterial blood gases, pH and cardiac output are subject to intense discussions (Table 24.3). Most
  11. Coronarographic morphology of atherosclerotic lesions in acute coronary syndrome without ST segment elevation
    The development of acute coronary syndrome is directly related to the complicated "growth of atherosclerotic plaque, which is accompanied by the formation of thrombi of different volume and localization in relation to the plaque structure. The morphological composition of stable atherosclerotic plaques can differ in the ratio of structures that contribute to its stabilization or destabilization. With sufficient number of
Medical portal "MedguideBook" © 2014-2016
info@medicine-guidebook.com