Feeding the body as soon as possible after a traumatic injury is very crucial and, therefore, ought to be taken into consideration. It is very important to feed the body very healthy foods after experiencing a significant trauma injury since the healing process requires a lot of energy and nutrients. Early enteral nutritional support increases the level of caloric intake, which is essential in the healing and recovery stage.
Also, early nutrition reduces septic complications in critically injured patients. Feeding the body immediately after a traumatic injury results in positive results in the healing process of the affected person. It has also been demonstrated that early enteral feeding results in improved muscle mass maintenance, improved wound healing, a decreased risk of Curling ulcer formation,
As well as a shorter length of stay in the critical care unit. Early enteral feeding (EN) has been shown to reduce the levels of catecholamine, cortisol, and glucagon in the blood and preserve the integrity, motility, and blood circulation of the intestinal epithelium.