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Formulation of a trace element solution for long-term parenteral nutrition



Formulation of a trace element solution for long-term parenteral nutrition



American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy 35(2): 165-168



A trace element solution for patients on long-term parenteral nutrition was developed. The solution contains anhydrous citric acid, cupric sulphate.5H2O, manganese sulphate.H2O, sodium iodide, zinc chloride and water for injection. It provides zinc 2, copper 1, manganese 0.4 and iodine 0.056 mg/ml. The manufacturing procedure is outlined. This is a modification of a previously published formula which formed a precipitate.

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