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Title: 外来診療における易感染症患者に対する免疫栄養食の長期少量投与の試み
Other Titles: Long-term Administration of Low-dose Immunonutrients in Outpatients Who Repeat Infectious Diseases
Authors: 田川, 泰 / 松川, 明日美 / 山田, 直子 / 西中, 暁 / 石井, 瞬
Authors (alternative): Tagawa, Yutaka / Matsukawa, Akemi / Yamada, Naoko / Nishinaka, Akira / Ishii, Shun
Issue Date: 2007
Citation: 保健学研究. 2007, 19(2), p. 27-30
Abstract: 最近,免疫栄養食は感染予防に有用であることより,手術前に投与を試み有効実績を積みあげつつある.そこで,著者らは外来で診療している易感染症患者(感染症1名)5名に対して,1日1パック250mLの免疫栄養食の長期少量投与を試み,患者ならびに看護師にアンケート調査をおこなった.結果として,1ヶ月以上使用後に体調が良くなったのは4/5名であり,内容としては「活力がでてきた」「肌の張りが良くなった」などであった.味も良く,経済的にも長期服用可能であり,易感染症患者に対する長期少量の免疫栄養食投与は感染症予防と患者の体調改善に有用であった. / The efficacy of immunonutrition in preventing infection has been reported and that more reviews are presenting evidences of preoperative administration. In this study, five outpatients with susceptibility to infections were administered low-dose immunonutrition (250mL/day) for more than one month, and then questionnaires were designed and handed to the patients and nurses. Four of the five patients responded that their general health status had improved, including "increased vitality", "rejuvenation of skin". The formula's easy application, taste and cost, enables long-term administration, and therefore, long-term use of immunonutrients in patients who are vulnerable to infections is effective for preventing infections and improving health.
Keywords: 免疫栄養食 / 長期少量投与 / 易感染症 / Immunonutrition / Long term・low dose administration / Susceptibility to infection
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/9784
ISSN: 18814441
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Appears in Collections:Volume 19, No. 2

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/9784

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