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Total Parenteral Nutrition

Jennifer Cannon, MD and Lisa Patel, MD
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TPN should be initiated in hospitalized children where the GI tract is unable to support nutrition for the child for an anticipated prolonged course. TPN is composed of glucose, protein, fat, electrolytes, minerals and vitamins, and the exact composition will vary by age and energetic needs of the child.

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