Aluminum: new recognition of an old problem.


The aluminum problem is now over 25 years old, but has remained a neglected concern. Data indicate that aluminum contaminates much of the raw material used to manufacture solutions used for intravenous nutritional support of hospitalized and ambulatory patients, and that pharmaceutical manufacturers have only recently obtained the technology necessary to… (More)


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@article{Klein2005AluminumNR, title={Aluminum: new recognition of an old problem.}, author={Gordon L. Klein}, journal={Current opinion in pharmacology}, year={2005}, volume={5 6}, pages={637-40} }