A.S.P.E.N. parenteral nutrition safety consensus recommendations


#IVTEAM #Intravenous literature: Ayers, P., Adams, S., Boullata, J., Gervasio, J., Holcombe, B., Kraft, M.D., Marshall, N., Neal, A., Sacks, G., Seres, D.S. and Worthington, P. (2013) A.S.P.E.N. Parenteral Nutrition Safety Consensus Recommendations. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. November 26th. .


Parenteral nutrition (PN) serves as an important therapeutic modality that is used in adults, children, and infants for a variety of indications. The appropriate use of this complex therapy aims to maximize clinical benefit while minimizing the potential risks for adverse events. Complications can occur as a result of the therapy and as the result of the PN process. These consensus recommendations are based on practices that are generally accepted to minimize errors with PN therapy, categorized in the areas of PN prescribing, order review and verification, compounding, and administration. These recommendations should be used in conjunction with other A.S.P.E.N. publications, and researchers should consider studying the questions brought forth in this document.

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