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parenteral

[pər′ent·ə·rəl]
(medicine)
Outside the intestine; not via the alimentary tract.
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Our PN360 program is a complete therapeutic approach to parenteral nutrition through our comprehensive offering of products, education, training and consultative services, said Tom Sutton, Vice President of Marketing at B.
Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing, a parenteral contract manufacturing organisation, delivers customised solutions to meet clients' fill and finish needs from development through commercialisation.
ASPEN, an interdisciplinary organization whose members are involved in the provision of clinical nutrition therapies, including parenteral and enteral nutrition, is dedicated to improving patient care by advancing the science and practice of nutrition support therapy and metabolism.
Isofarma, based in Fortaleza and with over than 15 years of history, also operates in the same segment, but with an emphasis on small volume parenteral solutions.
Parenteral packaging market is growing, this is attributed to growing population, rising prevalence of diseases, increasing government funding for immunization across the globe, increasing companies investment in vaccine development, and rising initiatives by non-government organizations for vaccinations, which ultimately aids the growth of the parenteral packaging market, as more number of pharmaceutical companies buying the packaging containers.
CP: How would you describe the current state of the market for parenteral dosage development and manufacturing?
She was successfully treated with parenteral artesunate and discharged from the hospital 4 days after admission.
Dr Kamal Osman Hassan, paediatric gastroenterology senior consultant and head of the Paediatric Gastroenterology Section at Hamad General Hospital (HGH), explained that prior to the new homecare service, patients requiring parenteral nutrition were required to spend a significant amount of their time at the hospital.
Parenteral nutrition has benefited from considerable advancement over the past fifty years when clinical data demonstrated that glucose infusions with amino acid in postsurgical patients minimized protein loss and muscle degeneration.
In another interesting study, patients had to switch from parenteral MTX to oral MTX due to a shortage.
About 10,000-15,000 adults in the United States with SBS are dependent on parenteral nutrition and IV fluids for fluid and nutrient replacement, according to NPS.
Ryan Hawkins: When one looks at the recent warning letters and/or listens to the FDA discuss their perspective(s), it is clear that the prevailing view is that either Restricted Access Barrier Systems (RABS) or Barrier Isolators are the standard for safely manufacturing parenteral products; those manufacturers that are using conventional aseptic processing lines, whether clinical or commercial scale, can certainly expect to beunder increased scrutiny.