|Weighted event rates|
|Outcomes at hospital discharge||Number of studies||EN||PN||RRR (95% CI)||NNT (CI)|
|*Abbreviations defined in glossary; RRR, NNT, and CI calculated from data in article using a random effects model.|
|Infections||6||11%||29%||56% (23 to 75)||6 (4 to 12)|
|Septic complications||6||11%||28%||55% (22 to 74)||6 (4 to 12)|
|Surgical intervention||4||11%||19%||52% (1 to 77)||12 (6 to 519)|
|Other non-infectious complications||5||10%||30%||33% (–14 to 60)||Not significant|
|Hospital mortality||6||8%||12%||32% (–38 to 66)||Not significant|
Review: enteral nutrition reduces infections, need for surgical intervention, and length of hospital stay more than parenteral nutrition in acute pancreatitis
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