18 March 2021
» Dosing for maintenance or long-term therapy should be about 1 g/kg/day in • Greater than ILE minimum dosing allows for a reduction in the amount of the stable adult patient. [...] See Figure 2 for appropriate set-up.9 • The stability and compatibility of TNA is dependent on many factors including, • Administration of medications through the PN venous catheter should be electrolyte content and specific salts used, final concentration of macronutrients, avoided due to increased risk for catheter related blood stream infection (CRBSI) and pH (These are not the same across all. [...] • A pharmaceutical review should be conducted by a knowledgeable pharmacist to » ILE manufacturers should be contacted for medication compatibility assess the stability and compatibility of ILE with the other components of the PN information. [...] information published herein may be used to assist in the care of patients, this is the result of the sole professional judgment of the 5 SMOFlipid (lipid injectable emulsion) Prescribing Information. [...] Guidelines for the Provision and Assessment of Nutrition Support Therapy in the Adult different from those recommended in this document, and in those cases, the judgment of the treating professional should prevail.