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Year 2020 / Volume 112 / Number 7

Review

Intestinal failure in adults and children

559-564

Alida Alcolea Sánchez, Francisco de Borja Nava Hurtado de Saracho, Alba M Sánchez-Galán, Rocío González Sacristán,

Intestinal failure (IF) is rare, but it represents one of the most complex medical-surgical management pathologies, both in adults and children. The first-line treatment is parenteral nutrition (PN). However, new alternatives in the field of intestinal rehabilitation have opened up in recent decades, with the rise of multidisciplinary teams and the development of new hormone therapies as the first non-symptomatic approach to IF.

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