This video provides an overview of micronutrients in parenteral nutrition.
You will learn about the electrolytes, trace elements, and vitamins that are provided.
You will also learn the current dosing recommendations from ASPEN, and see some strategies for applying them in practice.
For further reading, I suggest the following documents:
1. ASPEN Consensus Paper (2019) — https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30812055/
2. ASPEN Dosing for PN (2020) — https://www.nutritioncare.org/uploadedFiles/Documents/Guidelines_and_Clinical_Resources/PN%20Dosing%201-Sheet-Nov%202020-FINAL.pdf
3. ASPEN Compatibility and Stability Review (2022) — https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34788478/
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📚 Chapters for this video:
0:00 Micronutrients in parenteral nutrition
1:03 Electrolytes in parenteral nutrition
3:12 Factors to consider when ordering electrolytes
5:17 Chloride, acetate, and acid-base balance
7:36 Trace elements in parenteral nutrition
9:36 Iron, fluoride, iodine, and molybdenum
11:01 Copper, manganese, and cholestasis
11:57 Vitamins in parenteral nutrition
12:45 Factors to consider when ordering vitamins
13:48 Recommendations for monitoring
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