Basic principles for compounding all-in-one parenteral nutrition admixtures


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Abstract

Parenteral nutrition admixtures are complex pharmaceutical entities. The more closely they are examined, the more physico-chemical interactions emerge that could potentially affect stability. The move towards large scale hospital or commercial preparation, with a requirement for extended shelf life, and the increasing use of admixtures as vehicles for drugs and pharmaconutrients have created new formulation challenges for pharmaceutical scientists.

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