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Intravenous nutritional products

What are Intravenous nutritional products?

Intravenous nutritional products are also called parenteral nutrition. They supplement oral food intake. Partial parenteral nutrition provides only part of the patient's daily nutritional requirements. Total parenteral nutrition provides all of the patient's daily requirements. Intravenous nutritional products are given to severely malnourished patients, such as those who are having chemotherapy and radiation therapy.

List of Intravenous nutritional products:

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Drug Name Avg. Rating Reviews
Trophamine (Pro)
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Tralement
Generic name: copper sulfate/manganese sulfate/selenium/zinc sulfate
No reviews
TPN Electrolytes
Generic name: intravenous electrolyte solution
No reviews
SMOFlipid (Pro)
Generic name: fat emulsion
No reviews
Renamin
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
ProSol (Pro)
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Procalamine
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution w / electrolytes
No reviews
PremaSol (Pro)
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Plenamine (Pro)
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Plasma-Lyte 148
Generic name: lvp solution
No reviews
Plasma-Lyte 56
Generic name: lvp solution with potassium
No reviews
Perikabiven (Pro)
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution w / electrolytes
No reviews
Peditrace
Generic name: trace elements
No reviews
Omegaven
Generic name: fat emulsion
No reviews
Nutrilyte II (Pro)
Generic name: intravenous electrolyte solution
No reviews
Nutrilyte (Pro)
Generic name: intravenous electrolyte solution
No reviews
Nutrilipid
Generic name: fat emulsion
No reviews
Novamine
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Nouress (Pro)
Generic name: cysteine
No reviews
Normosol-R
Generic name: lvp solution
No reviews
Nephramine
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Multitrace-5 Concentrate
Generic name: chromic chloride hexahydrate/copper sulfate/manganese sulfate/selenium/zinc sulfate
No reviews
Multitrace-5
Generic name: chromic chloride hexahydrate/copper sulfate/manganese sulfate/selenium/zinc sulfate
No reviews
Multitrace-4 Pediatric
Generic name: trace elements
No reviews
Multitrace-4 Neonatal
Generic name: trace elements
No reviews
Multitrace-4 Concentrate
Generic name: trace elements
No reviews
Multitrace-4
Generic name: trace elements
No reviews
Liposyn II
Generic name: fat emulsion
No reviews
Kabiven (Pro)
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution w / electrolytes
No reviews
Isolyte S PH 7.4
Generic name: lvp solution
No reviews
Isolyte S
Generic name: lvp solution
No reviews
Isolyte P and 5% Dextrose
Generic name: lvp solution with potassium
No reviews
Isolyte M and 5% Dextrose
Generic name: lvp solution with potassium
No reviews
Intralipid (Pro)
Generic name: fat emulsion
No reviews
Hyperlyte CR
Generic name: intravenous electrolyte solution
No reviews
Hepatamine (Pro)
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Freamine III (Pro)
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
FreAmine HBC (Pro)
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Extraneal (Pro)
Generic name: lvp solution
No reviews
Elcys
Generic name: cysteine
No reviews
Delflex
Generic name: lvp solution
No reviews
Clinolipid
Generic name: fat emulsion
No reviews
Branchamin
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Aminosyn II
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Aminosyn-RF (Pro)
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Aminosyn-PF
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Aminosyn-HF
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Aminosyn-HBC (Pro)
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Aminosyn (Pro)
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
AminoProtect
Generic name: parenteral nutrition solution
No reviews
Addamel N
Generic name: trace elements with selenium and iodide
No reviews
For ratings, users were asked how effective they found the medicine while considering positive/adverse effects and ease of use (1 = not effective, 10 = most effective).

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Further information

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