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Supplementary nutrition in cases of GIT impairment as in clinical situation of short-bowel syndrome, anorexia & severe GI disorder; in cases of severe burns, trauma & after surgery; other critical cases which require exogenous nutrition eg tumor, severe infections, severe stress & protein deficiency.
Adult Internal disorder of presurgical protein deficiency Usual
Dosage: 500 mL by IV drip infusion over 4-6 hr (20-30 drops/min) simultaneously or followed by drip infusion of Darrow's soln 1000 mL over 4 hr (60-100 drops/ min) & followed by drip infusion of a 10% sugar soln 500 mL over 2 hr (60-80 drops/min). Post-op impairment of protein synthesis Usual
Dosage: 500 mL by IV drip infusion over 4-6 hr (20-30 drops/min) following drip infusion of Darrow's soln 1000 mL over 4 hr (60-100 drops/min).
Liver atrophy w/ coma (endogenous hepatic coma, acute liver atrophy) occuring as a result of hepatitis or severe poisoning eg chronic renal disease w/ serious restriction of renal performance; hyperkalemia, shock, decompensated cardiac insufficiency, fructose or sorbitol intolerance, fructose-1,6-diphosphatase deficiency, methanol poisoning, metabolic anomalies in connection w/ amino acid content.
Hypersensitivity reactions, nausea, vomiting, chest discomfort, palpitations, increased BUN or creatinine & liver enzymes, acidosis, chills, fever, flushing, headache, vascular pain, lower extremities edema, hyperkalemia & dry mouth. Increased GOT, GPT, γ-GTP, ALP, LDH, LAP, total bilirubin or ammonia.