Safety of Manganese Restriction in Neonatal Parenteral Nutrition

Condition:   Infant, Newborn, Disease Interventions:   Other: Manganese omission;   Other: 5 mCg/kg/day manganese from " Multitrace-4 Neonatal. " Sponsors:   Sharp HealthCare;   Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Not yet recruiting
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