When you think your patient needs TPN

Cerrato, Paul L.
May 1985
RN;May85, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p79
Academic Journal
Presents information on total parenteral nutrition (TPN). Patient who needs TPN; Use of TPN for gut failure; Options for treating several malnutrition.


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