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Effects of prolonged intravenous administration of fat emulsions on serum proteins of dogs



Effects of prolonged intravenous administration of fat emulsions on serum proteins of dogs



Metabolism. 9: 956-965



For a general description of the experimental methods see Abst. 2494, Vol. 31. The dogs were given infusions of the emulsions, Lipomul-I.V. and SR, 5 times weekly. Blood was taken at different times before, during or after infusion. The greatest effect of fat infusions was a gradual depression of the relative percentage of serum albumin which was greater and more rapid in dogs which died than in those which survived.

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