Kabiven peripheral can interact with other drugs, adversely affecting certain processes in the body. This should be taken into account when combining this drug.
Interactions Kabiven peripheral with other drugs have their own characteristics. In particular, the drug can be combined only with those drugs and nutrient solutions that are compatible with it at the chemical level, i.e. Do not cause any negative consequences and complications. These drugs include: Vitalipid H (for adults and for children), Dipeptiven, Addamel N, Soluvit N. Mixing solutions should be done exclusively in aseptic conditions.
Heparin in clinically applied doses causes a transient release into the bloodstream of lipoprotein lipase, which can lead first to an increase in lipolysis in the blood plasma, and then to a transient weakening of the clearance of triglycerides.
Insulin can also affect the activity of lipase, but there is no evidence of an adverse effect of this factor on the therapeutic value of the drug.
Vitamin K1, contained in soybean oil, is an antagonist of coumarin derivatives, therefore it is recommended to carefully monitor blood coagulability in patients receiving these drugs.
Kabiven peripheral can be mixed only with those medicines and for which compatibility with it is confirmed, for example: adult and Vitalipid N children;