Clinical Nutrition: Parenteral Nutrition
The new 3rd Edition of this definitive reference on parenteral nutrition has been completely revised and updated to cover some of the significant advances in the field. This New Edition is also multi-authored with several international contributors to broaden its appeal. Furthermore, a number of new chapters have been added to cover some of the latest advances such as Metabolic Response to Illness and Its Medications; Transplantation; Nutritional Pharmacotherapy with PN and Peripheral PN; and many more.
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History of Parenteral Nutrition with
Lipid Emulsions in Parenteral
Trace Elements and Vitamins in Adult
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