Compatibility of common additives in protein hydrolysate/dextrose solutions.

@article{Kobayashi1977CompatibilityOC,
  title={Compatibility of common additives in protein hydrolysate/dextrose solutions.},
  author={Noritaka Kobayashi and J C King},
  journal={American journal of hospital pharmacy},
  year={1977},
  volume={34 6},
  pages={
          589-94
        }
}
The compatibility of common additives in protein hydrolysate/dextrose solutions was studied. The additives included electrolytes (calcium gluconate, potassium phosphate and magnesium sulfate), vitamins (M.V.I., Solu B Forte, phytonadione, cyanocobalamin and folic acid), insulin and heparin sodium. Various concentrations of the admixtures were observed at intervals throughout a 24-hour period. Combinations which displayed no physical change were subjected to spectrophotometric analysis. Thin… 
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