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- adj. Physiology Located outside the alimentary canal.
- adj. Medicine Taken into the body or administered in a manner other than through the digestive tract, as by intravenous or intramuscular injection.
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- adj. Administered by some means other than oral intake, particularly intravenously or by injection.
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- adj. administered by means other than through the alimentary tract (as by intramuscular or intravenous injection)
- adj. located outside the alimentary tract
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James Hoffman, St. Jude's medication safety officer, said many patients having organ transplants at the hospital are on nutrition supplements, known as parenteral nutrition, while they recover from surgery.
The inpatient program is organized through the hospital-wide Nutrition Support Service, where the fellow supervises and consults in the care of children requiring extensive nutritional status assessment and parenteral or nutritional support.
The problems have affected mostly older sterile, injected parenteral drugs that are generic and typically sold at low prices for slim profit margins.
This will include enteral and parenteral nutrition support; acid-base balance; nutrition care specific to patient diagnosis, including but not limited to:
Conventional therapy for hypertensive crisis should be employed. 5 A rapid short-acting parenteral alpha-adrenergic blocker, such as phentolamine, or vasodilators, such as nitroprusside, are recommended.
Nutrition — The fellow will spend a one month rotation on the Nutrition service and will participate in various nutrition clinics (cystic fibrosis, renal disease, weight management (obesity), home total parenteral nutrition, etc.).
The treatment for its deadly sting is removal of tentacles with vinegar, compression bandages, parenteral narcotics for severe pain.
Clinical and educational programs include: general gastrointestinal diagnostic service, inflammatory bowel disease, acute and chronic liver disease, liver transplantation, motility disorders diagnosis and management, home total parenteral and enteral nutrition, feeding and dysphasia disorders, hyperlipidemias and nutrition support service and related nutrition programs
You really know how to put the phun in peripheral parenteral nutrition.
In several comparative, well designed studies, oral and parenteral tramadol effectively relieved moderate to severe postoperative pain associated with surgery.