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Effect of Lipid Emulsion on Stability of Ampicillin in Total Parenteral Nutrition
Background: Ampicillin (AMP) is frequently administered parenterally in critically ill patients with meningitis or endocarditis. Many of them require parallel infusion of total parenteral nutritionExpand
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Nitric oxide-eluting scaffolds and their interaction with smooth muscle cells in vitro.
Fabrication of scaffolds loaded with nitric oxide (NO) donors (S-nitrosoglutathione, GSNO, and isosorbide mononitrate, ISMN) with suitable cell compatibility and optimized properties forExpand
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Safe Practice of Y-Site Drug Administration: The Case of Colistin and Parenteral Nutrition
A serious problem in everyday clinical practice is the co-administration of drugs using the same infusion line. Potential complications of co-administration of incompatible drugs includeExpand
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Clinical Nutrition of Critically Ill Patients in the Context of the Latest ESPEN Guidelines
The group of patients most frequently in need of nutritional support are intensive care patients. This year (i.e., 2019), new European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism (ESPEN) guidelinesExpand
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The Interactions between Ciprofloxacin and Parenteral Nutrition Admixtures
Background: Co-infusion of parenteral nutrition (PN) and other drugs increases the risk of the interaction between drug and PN admixtures that can cause embolization of small blood vessels, resultingExpand
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Development, Validation, and Stability Assessment Application of RP-HPLC-DAD Method for Quantification of Ampicillin in Total Parenteral Nutrition Admixtures
Background: The administration of total parenteral nutrition (TPN) is a common procedure in intensive care units, where the concomitant use of other intravenous medication is frequently needed. OneExpand
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Compatibility of intravenous metronidazole with some all-in-one parenteral nutrition regimens.
OBJECTIVES Supplementation of parenteral nutrition (PN) admixtures with other parenteral drugs may be desired especially in the case of polypharmacy and limited vascular access. Metronidazole (MTZ)Expand
Stability studies of two compounded solutions potentially used in tumor lysis syndrome
Objective The aim of the study was to determine the stability of two non-commercially produced solutions: 1.68% sodium bicarbonate in 5% glucose (BIC solution) and 1.6% calcium chloride in 0.9%Expand
Stability studies of parenteral nutrition with a high dose of vitamin C
Background Postoperative administration of parenteral nutrition has become routine management in patients with gastrointestinal cancer. Providing patient the complete parenteral nutrition containingExpand