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parenteral

[pər′ent·ə·rəl]
(medicine)
Outside the intestine; not via the alimentary tract.
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Enteral and parenteral nutrition has previously been described (13,14) as a risk factor associated with Leuconostoc-infections, although no microbiologic evidence was provided in any of the studies.
Hypermanganesemia in patients receiving total parenteral nutrition.
Total quantity or scope: The contract is Delivery of antibiotics, general, cytostatic, anti-tuberculosis, immunomodulatory drugs, narcotic drugs, psychotropic drugs imported target fluids for intravenous infusion, serums and vaccines, preparations for parenteral nutrition, dojelitego, pharmaceutical raw materials.
A multivariate analysis showed that independent risk factors included recent bone marrow transplant, receipt of total parenteral nutrition, receipt of infusion therapy outside the home (e.
It is based on data obtained from the STEPS pivotal Phase 3 safety and efficacy trial, a double-blind, placebo-controlled study in patients with SBS, who required parenteral nutrition.
This includes reducing reliance on parenteral nutrition support and increasing enteral nutrition intake.
Rising Preference for Multi-Chamber Bags to Lower Cost of Parenteral Nutrition Therapy
This form of nutrition is called Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN).
Many patients with SBS depend on chronic parenteral nutrition (PN) and/or intravenous (IV) fluids to survive.
Contract notice: Delivery of products for parenteral nutrition hospital and home with the lease of equipment for the production of bags for parenteral nutrition - 2 groups.
para]]LONDON, May 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Clinical Nutrition Products in US$ Million by the following Product Segments: Enteral Nutrition, Infant Nutrition, and Parenteral Nutrition.
These Infants are at high risk of morbidities, mostly associated with poor growth, parenteral nutrition dependence and intolerance to nutrition.