[Drug administration through a tube to patients with enteral nutrition. Centralization in in pharmacy service].

Abstract

The administration of a drug through the nasogastric tube, in most cases requires a modification of the pharmaceutical form in order to achieve a good absorption and to avoid adverse effects. In this way, placing a tube in the duodenum or the jejunum requires administration of the drug in a manner that is dispersed, diluted and adequate in osmolarity. This… (More)

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@article{Corrales1999DrugAT, title={[Drug administration through a tube to patients with enteral nutrition. Centralization in in pharmacy service].}, author={Guadalupe Pi{\~n}eiro Corrales and R Olivera Fern{\'a}ndez and M L{\'o}pez-Gil Otero}, journal={Nutricion hospitalaria}, year={1999}, volume={14 4}, pages={170-4} }