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Requirements for some minerals and trace elements during total parenteral nutrition



Requirements for some minerals and trace elements during total parenteral nutrition



Voeding 41(10): 357-362



Guidelines for total parenteral nutrition, possibly lasting for more than just a few days, but preferably for as short a time as possible, are discussed on the basis of recent literature, with special emphasis on infants and young children without adequate body reserves or ability to tolerate defiency.

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