necessary. Contamination of trace elements can occur in parenteral solutions. Aluminum is one element that has been under scrutiny by the Food and Drug Administration mandate to minimize the amount patients receive for safety issues. It was initially found in high concentrations in the casein hydrolysates and continues to be found in high concentrations in a variety of intravenous preparations. Over time, aluminum can deposit in the bone, interfering with bone calcium uptake, and deposition in the brain may impair neurological development.
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