Feeding in the Intensive Care – A trickle or a torrent, is a great summary of several key critical care nutrition trials and how we can apply the evidence from these to the ICU patient. Providing adequate nutrition to patients in the intensive care is an extremely complex therapy that must be carefully titrated on a daily basis. The evidence for how to provide nutrition to critically ill patients is largely lacking and what evidence there is is often contradictory. In this presentation I will look at four feeding trials conducted in the ICU setting and published over the last 3 years. While the results are somewhat conflicting, there are lessons from each that we can apply at the bedside.