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Energy Expenditure

EE: Major Recommendations (2013)

Major Recommendations

Below you will find a list of Evidence-Based Nutrition Practice Guideline for Measuring Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) in the Critically Ill
Recommendations organized by Topic.

Topics Listed by Subject

Evidence-Based Nutrition Practice Guideline for Measuring Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) in the Critically Ill

Major Recommendations

Nutrition Assessment

Preparation for Measurement Recommendations

EE: Thermic Effect of Feeding (TEF) in Critically Ill 

EE: Thermic Effect of Continuous Feeding in Critically Ill

EE: Thermic Effect of Bolus or Intermittent Feeding in Critically Ill

EE: Diurnal Variation (Time of Day) in Critically Ill 

EE: Gas Collection Devices in Critically Ill

EE: Room Conditions in Critically Ill 

EE: Body Positions in Critically Ill 

EE: RMR Measurements in the Usual Body Position of Critically Ill

EE: RMR Measurements After Changes in Usual Body Position in Critically Ill

EE: Rest Period Duration in Critically Ill  

During Measurement Recommendations

EE: Duration of Measurement (Steady State) in Critically Ill 

EE: Duration of Measurement Related to Steady State in Critically Ill

EE: Measurement Duration If Unable to Achieve Steady State in Critically Ill 

After Measurement Recommendations

EE: Application of Respiratory Quotient (RQ) in Critically Ill 

EE: RQ Within the Physiologic Range in Critically Ill

EE: RQ Outside the Physiologic Range in Critically Ill

EE: Limitations of RQ in Evaluating Feeding Levels in Critically Ill 

Nutrition Diagnosis

None.

Nutrition Intervention

None.

Nutrition Monitoring and Evaluation

None.