What is the source of TPN lipids?
What is the source of the lipids used for total parenteral nutrition? (E.g., soy, egg, byproduct, etc.) The question came up about IntraLipid brand, but I would be interested in any brand you know about. The question came up in class and the lecturer didn't know. I tried to find it online but couldn't.
Asked by John Eisenhauer 1 year ago.
The brand I am most familiar with is called Liposyn, available as a 10% and 20% emulsion. The lipid source is from Safflower oil and Soybean oil with egg yolk phospholipids as the emulsifier.. EDIT: IntraLipid is a 10% emulsion of Soybean oil with egg yolk phospholipids as the emulsifier. Answered by Misti Talk 1 year ago.
Help with chemistry 3 please! Solubility product?
The solubility product constant (Ksp) of silver iodate, AgIO3, is 9.2 x 10^-9. b.) what is the concentration of silver ions in a saturated solution of silver iodate? c.) what is the greatest mass of silver iodate that can be dissolved in 500 mL of water? I am not sure where to start on either of these!
Asked by Norman Michard 1 year ago.
Abbott Micro Macro XL: Flagyl at 200 ml/hour TPN: 83 ml/hour Intralipid (fat emulsion): 40 ml/hour Normal Saline IV: 20 ml/hour Answered by Sherlene Patout 1 year ago.