Fat emulsion for intravenous administration: clinical experience with intralipid 10%.

@article{Hansen1976FatEF,
  title={Fat emulsion for intravenous administration: clinical experience with intralipid 10%.},
  author={Lene M\olgaard Hansen and B S Hardie and Jorge Hidalgo},
  journal={Annals of surgery},
  year={1976},
  volume={184 1},
  pages={80-8}
}
A 10% soybean oil emulsion (Intralipid 10%), used extensively in Europe for intravenous alimentation, has now been clinically evaluated in the United States. Controlled studies have shown that the soybean oil emulsion can be substituted for glucose to supply one-third to two-thirds of the total calories, and can be administered peripherally without significant vein irritation. Essential fatty acid deficiencies, frequently encountered in patients dependent on parenteral alimentation with fat… CONTINUE READING

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