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The solubility of calcium and phosphorus in neonatal total parenteral nutrition solutions



The solubility of calcium and phosphorus in neonatal total parenteral nutrition solutions



Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition 15(6): 608-611



Calcium and phosphate compatibility in commonly used total parenteral nutrition (TPN) solutions containing a final concentration of 1 or 2% amino acids was quantitatively determined. The final dextrose concentration was 10%. Electrolytes, heparin and pediatric vitamins and trace minerals were also added. 10% calcium gluconate and potassium phosphate (mono and dibasic) were added by calibrated micropipets.

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PMID: 1766049

DOI: 10.1177/0148607191015006608


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