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5. What are the different routes of TPN administration?

Peripheral System Intravenous (into a vein)


awareness about the pathophysiology of peripheral vein thrombophlebitis and the use of a number of techniques that prevent or delay onset of peripheral vein thrombophlebitis mean

Central System Intravenous (into a subclavian vein)


placed directly into the subclavian vein and threaded through the right innominate vein into the superior vena cava.