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Current trends and future challenges in neonatal parenteral nutrition

November 11th 2014 | D.H. Adamkin∗, P.G. Radmacher

Abstract. A number of adaptations in total parenteral nutrition (TPN) protocols and practices for preterm neonates have been realized in the past several years, resulting in better survival and developmental outcomes. The early provision of appropriate concentrations of amino acids and energy are now...

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