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Comparison of three automated compounding devices for parenteral nutrition according to four key technical tests.

Leenhardt J; Durand M; Choisnard L; Desruet MD; Mazet R; Bedouch P
European Journal of Hospital Pharmacy Science & Practice.

The aim of this study is to compare the technical characteristics of automated compounding devices by carrying out four specific challenges.

Nonsterile Basics of Compounding: Compounding with Antioxidants, Part 1: An Overview.

Allen LV Jr
International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compound.

This article discusses specific preparation methods and techniques along with packaging, storing, and labeling issues.

Sterile Basics of Compounding: Intravenous Admixture Compounding, Part 3: Preparation Procedures.

Allen LV Jr
International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compound.

Discussion on the preparation procedures on standardization, competency, compliance issues, issues with using commercial product additives, and look-alike drugs.

A Co-Designed Online Education Resource on Gastrostomy Feeding for Parents and Caregivers to Support Clinical Care.

Murphy N; Ravikumara M; Butterworth M; Glasson E; Rennison C; Prevett B; Fitzpatrick J; Phillips W; Burton C; Downs J
Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology & Nutrition.

This study describes the process that yielded a resource to assist parents considering gastrostomy tube placement, and the evaluation of the resource.

Use of fiber-containing enteral formula in pediatric clinical practice: an expert opinion review.

Lionetti P; Wine E; Ran Ressler R; Minor GJ; Major G; Zemrani B; Gottrand F; Romano C
Expert review of gastroenterology & hepatology.

This article summarizes the literature and collects the opinion of eight experts on the use of fiber-containing enteral formulas in pediatrics.

Factors associated with the need for long-term total parenteral nutrition in survivors of acute superior mesenteric artery occlusion.

Nakao Y; Sasanuma H; Sata N; Tagaya N; Matsumoto K; Mizobuchi T; Koga F; Thompson E; Lefor A
European Journal of Trauma & Emergency Surgery.

The study examined factors associated with the need for long-term total parenteral nutrition after the treatment of acute superior mesenteric artery occlusion.

Metabolic impact of high lipid low dextrose parenteral nutrition.

Adorno A; Ghio M; Simpson JT; Rogers N; Guidry C
Clinical Nutrition ESPEN.

The purpose is to provide a descriptive analysis of patients who received parenteral nutrition with high mixed lipid and low dextrose content versus parenteral nutrition with lower 100% soybean oil lipid and high dextrose content.

Utilization of parenteral nutrition in major gastrointestinal surgery: An opportunity for quality improvement.

Aldridge TA; Mathias KK; Bergquist JR; Fong YY; Li AY; Visser BC
Clinical Nutrition ESPEN.

This study sought to evaluate parenteral nutrition utilization based on malnutrition status and duration of parenteral nutrition use in a single academic institution to evaluate baseline ASPEN recommendation concordance and identify opportunities for quality improvement.

Parenteral nutrition after cytoreductive surgery for peritoneal malignancy: Should it be administered routinely?.

Khan A; Beaumont A; Laing E; Guerra G; Jain A; Warrier S; Heriot A
Clinical Nutrition ESPEN.

This study assessed parenteral nutrition use, factors associated with parenteral nutrition
requirement and nutritional outcomes in a center that selectively uses parenteral nutrition
after cytoreductive surgery.

A one size vial does not fit all: An evaluation of the micronutrient status of adult patients receiving home parenteral nutrition (HPN).

Culkin A; Brundrett D; Pearson M; Gabe S
Clinical Nutrition ESPEN.

We examined vitamins A, E, D, B12, Folate, Zinc, Selenium and Copper status of our patients receiving home parenteral nutrition.