3 Steps to Clinical Nutrition from Baxter


Measure          Accurately


Mix with Control

Nourish with Confidence

Three steps to clinical nutrition from Baxter

Baxter understands that patients face challenges during their recovery and the right nutrition regimen can impact outcomes. Parenteral nutrition (PN) solutions and additives, as well as compounding options, give clinicians many opportunities to meet diverse needs. We created our portfolio of products to help address the unique nutrition requirements of each patient. Only Baxter provides an extensive portfolio of devices and solutions that help to overcome PN complexity.

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Explore Products for Individualized Clinical Nutrition


Q-NRG+ Metabolic Monitor


ExactaMix Pro Automated Compounder


Clinimix (amino acids in dextrose) Injections


Clinolipid 20% (Lipid Injectable Emulsion) for intravenous use


Amino Acid Injections


Infuvite Multivitamins for Infusion

Q-NRG+ Metabolic Monitor

Indications For Use: The Q-NRG+ portable Metabolic Monitors are indicated for the measurement of Resting Energy Expenditure (REE) for spontaneously breathing and ventilated patients, within the following populations:
    • Spontaneously breathing subjects >15 kg (33 lb) when using a canopy.
    • Spontaneously breathing subjects age >6 yrs and >10 kg (22 lb) when using a face mask.
    • Ventilated subjects age >10 yrs and >10 kg (22 lb).

Q-NRG+ Portable Metabolic Monitors are intended to be used in professional healthcare facilities only (limited to ICUs for ventilated patients).

Warnings & Precautions: This device is not suitable for operating in presence of flammable anesthetic gases or gases other than O2, CO2, N2 and water vapor. The device is to be used by physicians or by trained personnel under the responsibility of a physician. The device is not intended as a continuous monitoring device for surveillance of vital physiological processes. The device measures clinical parameters used to aid diagnosis and it is intended only as an adjunct device in patient assessment. The device must be used in conjunction with other methods of assessing clinical signs and symptoms. No modification of this device is allowed.  Residue and other contaminants in the breathing circuit pose a safety risk to the patient during testing procedures. Aspiration of contaminants can be potentially life-threatening.

Rx Only: For safe and proper use of the devices mentioned herein, please refer to the Operator's Manual or Instructions for Use.