Trace element contamination of total parenteral nutrition. 1. Contribution of component solutions.

@article{PluhatorMurton1999TraceEC,
  title={Trace element contamination of total parenteral nutrition. 1. Contribution of component solutions.},
  author={M M Pluhator-Murton and Richard N Fedorak and Robert J. Audette and Barbara J. Marriage and Randall W. Yatscoff and Leah M. Gramlich},
  journal={JPEN. Journal of parenteral and enteral nutrition},
  year={1999},
  volume={23 4},
  pages={222-7}
}
BACKGROUND Trace elements have been shown to contaminate total parenteral nutrition (TPN) solutions. METHODS This study used the multi-elemental technology of inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry to demonstrate the extent to which trace elements were present in amounts above (ie, as contaminants) or below expected levels in eight TPN component solutions. RESULTS Of the 66 trace elements scanned, there were 12 trace element contaminants in amounts >1 microg/L (zinc, copper, manganese… CONTINUE READING

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