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Respiratory properties of the blood during intravenous infusion of a fat emulsion for parenteral feeding



Respiratory properties of the blood during intravenous infusion of a fat emulsion for parenteral feeding



Problemy Gematologii i Perelivaniya Krovi 21(8): 35-37



The fat emulsion, "Lipidin", was of refined sunflower oil 10.0, brain lecithin 1.2, glucose 5.0 and water 83.3%. Nine dogs were given 10% emulsion of Lipidin by slow infusion at 20 ml/kg bodyweight. There was no significant change in acid capacity of blood or oxygen content of arterial blood, although in venous blood oxygen tension fell slightly 2 h after infusion.

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