Towards Optimizing Calcium and Phosphate Concentration in Parenteral Nutrition for Premature Neonates to Minimize Rickets of Prematurity
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KeywordsPhosphorus Parenteral Nutrition Gluconate Glucose Intolerance Rickets
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This was a self-financed study and the author’s institution paid for all expenses including the constituents of the admixtures and the test for compatibility.
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