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Pall TNA1 - FILTER LIPIPOR INFUSION TNA W/ LUER LOCK, 40 EA/CS

Pall # TNA1 - FILTER LIPIPOR INFUSION TNA W/ LUER LOCK, 40 EA/CS
Part Number Pall TNA1
SKU Number CIA1198125
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Pall TNA1 - FILTER LIPIPOR INFUSION TNA W/ LUER LOCK, 40 EA/CS

Pall Lipipor TNA Filterfor Parenteral Nutrition

The Pall Total Nutrient Admixture filter set is an air-elimination filter for use with any nutritional IV administration containing lipids and lipid emulsions. It is indicated for the removal of particulate debris, microbial contaminants, and entrained air that may be found in solutions intended for IV administration. It provides patient protection against particulate contamination, oversized lipid droplets, microorganismsand air.

  • Pall Lipipor 1.2 m nylon membrane
  • Smooth housing design
  • Sterile, non-pyrogenic fluid pathway
  • Phthalate-free tubing extension

Benefits

  • Removes particles and microorganisms
  • Retains oversized lipid droplets
  • Eliminates air (independent of
  • filter position)
  • Easy to prime and use
  • Increases patient comfort

Contamination of Parenteral Nutrition Preparations Can Have Serious Consequences

Particulate contamination arises from infusion systems and components due to manipulations, and interactions between components. Particles can be deposited in the microvasculature of the lungs and other organs, resulting in serious clinical consequences7,8. Gross precipitation in admixtures, which may not be visible when lipid is present, has proven fatal in cases.

Oversized lipid droplets arise in admixtures due to instability. Large numbers may lodge in the lung microvasculature and produce an embolic syndrome.

Microbial contamination can inadvertently arise in infusion systems due to manipulations. Parenteral nutrition is an acknowledged risk for fungemia with Candida spp. being among the most common organisms involved8. Malassezia furfur is also emerging as an increasingly important pathogen in neonates3, having demonstrated the ability to grow in lipid-containing preparations.