IDPN

AcronymDefinition
IDPNIntradialytic Parenteral Nutrition (nutritional support therapy)
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TOT and IDPN were administered during his three weekly HD sessions for a period of three months to treat an ulcerated above-knee stump on his right leg.
In line with this, kinesin and dynein motor proteins were found to accumulate in NF spheroids in spinal motor neurons and spinal sensory ganglion neurons of chicks injected with beta'-iminodipropionitrile (IDPN) [228], which could impede the transport of components required for axonal maintenance, as demonstrated in a transgenic mouse model of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis [229].
Fahnestock, "Axonal transport of neurofilament proteins in IDPN neurotoxicity," NeuroToxicology, vol.
nPCR assessment and IDPN treatment of malnutrition in pediatric hemodialysis patients.
At this point, I consulted with the Nutritional Supervisor for our company and we explored the possibility of IDPN for M.H.
tube feeding, intradialytic parenteral nutrition (IDPN), or intraperitoneal amino acids (IPAA) is indicated for those eating poorly for an extended period of time.