Incidence of phlebitis in peripheral parenteral nutrition: effect of the different nutrient solutions.

@article{BayerBerger1989IncidenceOP,
  title={Incidence of phlebitis in peripheral parenteral nutrition: effect of the different nutrient solutions.},
  author={M.-M. Bayer-Berger and Ren{\'e} Chiol{\'e}ro and J. M. Freeman and B Hirschi},
  journal={Clinical nutrition},
  year={1989},
  volume={8 4},
  pages={
          181-6
        }
}
To determine the influence of peripheral parenteral nutrition (PPN) on the incidence of phlebitis and the effect of simultaneous infusion of lipid emulsion, 68 surgical patients were assigned randomly to 3 nutrition groups: (1) amino-acid 4% solution and dextrose 8% (AA + DX) + Intralipid (IL) 10% in the ratio 1.5:1 (2) AA + DX and IL 20% in the ratio 3:1 (3) AA + DX alone. Group 4 (control group) consisted of 25 patients receiving maintenance solutions and iso-osmotic drugs. No filters were… CONTINUE READING

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