07 Jan 2001

Intralipid® 10 (Intralipid® 10/-20 Emulsion zur i.v. Infusion) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Intralipid® 10 | -20

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Intralipid® 10 Description, Presentation and Dosage

Intralipid® 10 Description

Intralipid® 10 Drug Class Description


Intralipid® 10 Drug Description

100 ml enth.: Sojabohnenöl 10 g./20 g. Energiewert: 460 kJ/840 kJ (110 kcal/200 kcal).

Intralipid® 10 Generic Name

Intralipid® 10/-20 Emulsion zur i.v. Infusion

Intralipid® 10 Presentation

Intralipid® 10 Presentation

Intralipid® 10/-20

Intralipid® 10 Manufacturer


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Intralipid® 10 Dosage

Intralipid® 10 Adult Dosage

(3-sn-Phosphatidyl)cholin aus Hühnereigelb 0,6 g/1,2 g, Glycerol 2,2 g, Wasser f. Inj.-zwecke ad 100 ml, mit Natriumhydroxid auf pH 8,0 eingestellt.

Intralipid® 10 Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Intralipid® 10 Special Precautions

Intralipid® 10 Special Precautions

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