Peter David Austin

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BACKGROUND Recommendations effectively restrict the infusion duration of lipid-containing parenteral nutrition (PN) from a single bag, purportedly because it encourages growth of potential microbial(More)
BACKGROUND Administration of parenteral doses with microbial contamination can lead to infective morbidity or death. AIM To test whether aseptic preparation of parenteral doses or additives to(More)
BACKGROUND & AIMS Recommendations limit infusion of parenteral nutrition (PN) from bags with lipid to 24 h (48 h if lipid free) because lipid putatively encourages contaminant growth. This study(More)
BACKGROUND Handwritten recycled paper prescription for parenteral nutrition (PN) may become a concentrated source of viable contaminants, including pathogens. This study examined the effect of using(More)
BACKGROUND & AIMS Because lipid putatively encourages contaminant growth it has been proposed that infusion of lipid-containing parenteral nutrition (PN) bags should be restricted to 24 h (48 h or(More)
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