Speaking of home parenteral nutrition, you have to realize that we are talking about completely different patients that hospitalized patients, these people, they don't want only to survive; they want to be active; they want to be able to work; they want to learn; they want to travel; they want to have kids.
A lipid emulsion can improve cell structure and metabolism. It may reduce the risk of infection and limit the duration of hospitalization. Moreover, it can increase the likelihood of an early discharge to a general ward. Several lipid emulsions are available in the market.
Choosing the right protein bag when prescribing parenteral nutrition to your patients. look at to nutritional management how much protein, when to give and just lastly, discussing some practical applications.
Parenteral Nutrition for Neonates - Parenteral nutrition (PN): is the intravenous infusion of all nutrients necessary to promote nitrogen retention and protein sparing, to provide energy for metabolic processes, and to establish growth and maturation during the critical postnatal period.