How to Pronounce Intralipid?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Intralipid" is [ˈɪntɹəlˌɪpɪd], [ˈɪntɹəlˌɪpɪd], [ˈɪ_n_t_ɹ_ə_l_ˌɪ_p_ɪ_d].

What are the misspellings for Intralipid?

  • untralipid,
  • jntralipid,
  • kntralipid,
  • ontralipid,
  • 9ntralipid,
  • 8ntralipid,
  • ibtralipid,
  • imtralipid,
  • ijtralipid,
  • ihtralipid,
  • inrralipid,
  • infralipid,
  • ingralipid,
  • inyralipid,
  • in6ralipid,
  • in5ralipid,
  • intealipid,
  • intdalipid,
  • intfalipid,
  • inttalipid

"Intralipid" in context

Intralipid is a medication used to provide essential fatty acids in patients with deficient diets. It is also used to treat nutritional deficiencies caused by certain medical conditions. Intralipid is formulated with soybean oil, egg yolk phospholipids, and glycerin. It is administered by intravenous infusion and allows for the correct amount of essential fatty acids to be delivered with less risk of side effects compared to other fat emulsions. Intralipid can be beneficial to people suffering from nutrient deficiencies caused by malabsorption and other conditions associated with fat malabsorption.

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