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Samridh

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    Samridh
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    Nagar
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    Hospital
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  1. Thanks Stefan the product is from a company called phebra it mentions that both oral and iv solutions are clear, colourless and contain excipients as citric acid mono hydrate and sodium citrate in water for injections . Both the solutions have no preservatives and same ph between 4.2-5.2 the only difference is the strength : iv as 20mg/ml and oral as 25mg the company says can’t say anything about the iv oral mix up if it happens and they are marketed as separate solutions
  2. are caffeine citrate oral and iv solutions ( Both clear and colorlesss) any different
  3. Is it more difficult than usual to insert a UAC catheter in 2 vessel cord and are there any reasons why the procedure is more likely to fail in 2 vessel cord situation?
  4. Apart from the fact that preterm babies less than 35 weeks were not included in the sugar babies study and also possibly may have swallowing issues, is there any other reason why glucose gel is not being used for preterm infants less than 35 weeks and is anyone of you recommending the use in preterm infants less than 35 weeks and upto what gestational age in case you are using?.
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