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Q. why is it that some women lack parental nutrition?

A. Do you mean breastfeeding? Some women have problem with their nipples, in rare cases the breast tissue isn't developed enough. Sometimes breast surgeries damage the milk ducts. Psychological factors also play a role.

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This is the highest level of HCV transmission ever recorded at a national level for a blood borne infectious disease transmitted parenterally, that is, by use of non-sterile medical instruments," he added.
Current management dictates correcting the missing electrolytes by administering them enterally or parenterally.
Glucagon-like peptide-2 induces intestinal adaptation in parenterally fed rats with short bowel syndrome.
And 6 of the 7 trials assessed dexamethasone administered parenterally, which may not be possible in some office settings.
All antileishmanial drugs are toxic and most have to be used parenterally for prolonged period.
21) The reduction in pulmonary infections led to an animal study, where mice were fed either enterally or parenterally for 2 weeks.
A smaller study in Maryland (414 serum samples from medical examiner cases) demonstrated the high prevalence (33%) of markers to any of four parenterally transmitted viruses (HIV-1, HTLV-I/II, HBV, HCV) and the importance of the use of universal precautions while conducting post mortem examinations (13).
1) I would add that emergency treatment of intractable hyperkalemia should include not only routine measures such as calcium gluconate and insulin and glucose infusion, as mentioned by the author, but also intravenous sodium bicarbonate and [beta]-adrenergic agonists, the latter parenterally or by nebulization.
Administered parenterally, Mylotarg can demonstrate a tumor cell killing effect when it binds with the CD33 antigen on the cell surface.
This is in contrast to the animal data in multiple species, which show a variety of reproductive and developmental toxicities when this plasticizer is administered both orally and parenterally.
While most observers believe a sexually and parenterally transmissible agent to be a critical factor in the epidemic, they have not yet identified a virus, drug, or other "smoking gun" that could explain all cases.
In the management of otorrhea, antimicrobials can be administered either orally, parenterally, or topically.