A guide to total nutrient admixtures: what you should know about this new approach to TPN

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Precept Press, 1992 - Cooking - 97 pages
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Includes discussion of intravenous fat emulsions, nutrient additives and admixture stability, storage, microbial growth, compounding techniques, and clinical use.

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Contents

Historical Perspective
1
The Nature of I V Fat Emulsions
7
The Effect of Nutrient Additives on Total Nutrient Admixture
21
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About the author (1992)

Ken Wells grew up on the banks of Bayou Black, deep in South Louisiana's Cajun belt. He got his first newspaper job as a nineteen-year-old college dropout, covering car wrecks and gator sightings for The Courier, a Houma, Louisiana, weekly, while still helping out in his family's snake-collecting enterprise. He is now a senior writer and features editor for The Wall Street Journal's Page One staff. He lives with his family on the outskirts of Manhattan. Meely LaBauve is his first novel.

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