Monday final in clinical nutrition is coming up and I still don't know how to calculate added electrolytes for tpn! The TA is no help. My web searches have been fruitless and class notes/ppt are equally useless. I need a step by step procedure for calculating Mg, K, P.
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1 answer • 19 Feb 2010
Short Bowel Syndrome - I just returned home from the hospital a couple of days ago and I have 120 cm
... left of my small bowel, and I am wondering how long before I am able to get off tpn an tube feedings, no one has really answered for me one ...
2 answers • 31 May 2011
as a result of incompatibility concerns which drugs should be added first for an iv tpn
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With respect to stability; I am compounding home parenteral nutrition formulations for pediatric population using an automated compounder, sterile ...
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