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parenteral

[pər′ent·ə·rəl]
(medicine)
Outside the intestine; not via the alimentary tract.
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Glucagon-like peptide 2 stimulates intestinal nutrient absorption in parenterally fed newborn pigs.
Question: What vaccines or other parenterally administered drugs do you regularly dispense?
However, parenterally fed patients were more likely to reach 100% of their requirements (15 of 18 parenterally fed patients (83%), compared to 79 of 120 (66%) enterally fed patients).
1] Steroids can be taken orally, parenterally, topically, and, by some, intramuscularly.
Contract notice: Supply of medicinal products for enteral and parenteral nutrition, infant and young children and antiseptic for skin patients and parenterally fed to the needs of the regional hospital center jelenia gEra valley.
Its big advantage is it can be administered parenterally.
Indirect methods include comparing times of death of animals exposed to a mosquito bite with those infected parenterally with known doses and comparing the time between mosquito feeding and development of viremia with the time between needle injection and development of the same viremia level.
To the Editor: Sodium colistimethate (colistin) is a parenterally administered polymyxin antibiotic that acts by disrupting bacterial cell membranes.
The inpatient regimen initially was cefoxitin, 2 g parenterally every 6 hours and doxycycline, 100 mg parenterally twice a day for at least 48 hours.
As opposed to current approaches which involve the expensive and time consuming processing and expansion of stem cells outside the body which are then implanted in the patient at the site of disease or trauma, GM1485 is in the form of a conventional medicine which can be administered orally, topically or parenterally.
Contract notice: Framework agreement for the supply of bendamustine (doe), midazolam (doe) parenterally, vinorelbine (doe), salbutamol (doe) and latanosprost inhalation solution (doe) for all service organizations osakidetza.