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Standardised Parenteral Nutrition
AbstractParenteral nutrition (PN) has become an integral part of clinical management of very low birth weight premature neonates. Traditionally different components of PN are prescribed individually considering requirements of an individual neonate (IPN). More recently, standardised PN formulations (SPN) for preterm neonates have been assessed and may have advantages including better provision of nutrients, less prescription and administration errors, decreased risk of infection, and cost savings. The recent introduction of triple-chamber bag that provides total nutrient admixture for neonates may have additional advantage of decreased risk of contamination and ease of administration.
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Simmer, K.; Rakshasbhuvankar, A.; Deshpande, G. Standardised Parenteral Nutrition. Nutrients 2013, 5, 1058-1070.View more citation formats
Simmer K, Rakshasbhuvankar A, Deshpande G. Standardised Parenteral Nutrition. Nutrients. 2013; 5(4):1058-1070.Chicago/Turabian Style
Simmer, Karen; Rakshasbhuvankar, Abhijeet; Deshpande, Girish. 2013. "Standardised Parenteral Nutrition." Nutrients 5, no. 4: 1058-1070.