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TrophAmine Drug Description
TrophAmine®
(amino acid) Injections
Protect from light until use.
DRUG DESCRIPTION
TrophAmine (6% and 10% Amino Acid Injections) are sterile, nonpyrogenic, hypertonic solutions containing crystalline amino acids.
All amino acids designated USP are the “L”-isomer with the exception of Glycine USP which does not have an isomer.
Each 100 mL contains:



Essential Amino Acids
6%
10%


Isoleucine USP
0.49 g
0.82 g


Leucine USP
0.84 g
1.4 g


Lysine
0.49 g
0.82 g


(added as Lysine Acetate USP
0.69 g
1.2 g)


Methionine USP
0.20 g
0.34 g


Phenylalanine USP
0.29 g
0.48 g


Threonine USP
0.25 g
0.42 g


Tryptophan USP
0.12 g
0.20 g


Valine USP
0.47 g
0.78 g


Cysteine
< 0.014 g
< 0.016 g


(as Cysteine HCI•H2O USP
< 0.020 g
< 0.024 g


Histidine USP1
0.29 g
0.48 g


Tyrosine1
0.14 g
0.24 g


(added as Tyrosine USP
0.044 g
0.044 g


and N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine
0.12 g
0.24 g)


Nonessential Amino Acids




Alanine USP
0.32 g
0.54 g


Arginine USP
0.73 g
1.2 g


Proline USP
0.41 g
0.68 g


Serine USP
0.23 g
0.38 g


Glycine USP
0.22 g
0.36 g


L-Aspartic Acid
0.19 g
0.32 g


L-Glutamic Acid
0.30 g
0.50 g


Taurine2,3
0.015 g
0.025 g


Sodium Metabisulfite NF (as an antioxidant)
< 0.050 g
< 0.050 g


Water for Injection USP
pH adjusted with Glacial Acetic Acid USP pH: 5.5 (5.0-6.0)
qs
qs


Calc. Osmolarity (mOsmol/liter)
525
875


Total Amino Acids (grams/liter)
60
100


Total Nitrogen (grams/liter)
9.3
15.5


Protein Equivalent (grams/liter)
58
97


Electrolytes (mEq/liter)


Sodium
5 5
 


*Acetate (CH3COO–)
54.4
97


Chloride
< 3
< 3


*Provided as acetic acid and Iysine acetate.

1 Holt LE, Snyderman SE: The amino acid requirements of
infants. JAMA 1961; 175(2):124-127.
2 Rigo J, Senterre J: Is taurine essential for the neonates?
Biol Neonate 1977; 32:73-76.
3 Gaull G, Sturman JA, Räihä NCR: Development of mammalian
sulfur metabolism: Absence of cystothionase in human fetal tissues. Pediatr
Res 1972; 6:538-547.



Last reviewed on RxList: 2/4/2009




TrophAmine Drug Description
TrophAmine®
(amino acid) Injections
Protect from light until use.
DRUG DESCRIPTION
TrophAmine (6% and 10% Amino Acid Injections) are sterile, nonpyrogenic, hypertonic solutions containing crystalline amino acids.
All amino acids designated USP are the “L”-isomer with the exception of Glycine USP which does not have an isomer.
Each 100 mL contains:



Essential Amino Acids
6%
10%


Isoleucine USP
0.49 g
0.82 g


Leucine USP
0.84 g
1.4 g


Lysine
0.49 g
0.82 g


(added as Lysine Acetate USP
0.69 g
1.2 g)


Methionine USP
0.20 g
0.34 g


Phenylalanine USP
0.29 g
0.48 g


Threonine USP
0.25 g
0.42 g


Tryptophan USP
0.12 g
0.20 g


Valine USP
0.47 g
0.78 g


Cysteine
< 0.014 g
< 0.016 g


(as Cysteine HCI•H2O USP
< 0.020 g
< 0.024 g


Histidine USP1
0.29 g
0.48 g


Tyrosine1
0.14 g
0.24 g


(added as Tyrosine USP
0.044 g
0.044 g


and N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine
0.12 g
0.24 g)


Nonessential Amino Acids




Alanine USP
0.32 g
0.54 g


Arginine USP
0.73 g
1.2 g


Proline USP
0.41 g
0.68 g


Serine USP
0.23 g
0.38 g


Glycine USP
0.22 g
0.36 g


L-Aspartic Acid
0.19 g
0.32 g


L-Glutamic Acid
0.30 g
0.50 g


Taurine2,3
0.015 g
0.025 g


Sodium Metabisulfite NF (as an antioxidant)
< 0.050 g
< 0.050 g


Water for Injection USP
pH adjusted with Glacial Acetic Acid USP pH: 5.5 (5.0-6.0)
qs
qs


Calc. Osmolarity (mOsmol/liter)
525
875


Total Amino Acids (grams/liter)
60
100


Total Nitrogen (grams/liter)
9.3
15.5


Protein Equivalent (grams/liter)
58
97


Electrolytes (mEq/liter)


Sodium
5 5
 


*Acetate (CH3COO–)
54.4
97


Chloride
< 3
< 3


*Provided as acetic acid and Iysine acetate.

1 Holt LE, Snyderman SE: The amino acid requirements of
infants. JAMA 1961; 175(2):124-127.
2 Rigo J, Senterre J: Is taurine essential for the neonates?
Biol Neonate 1977; 32:73-76.
3 Gaull G, Sturman JA, Räihä NCR: Development of mammalian
sulfur metabolism: Absence of cystothionase in human fetal tissues. Pediatr
Res 1972; 6:538-547.



Last reviewed on RxList: 2/4/2009




TrophAmine Drug Description
TrophAmine®
(amino acid) Injections
Protect from light until use.
DRUG DESCRIPTION
TrophAmine (6% and 10% Amino Acid Injections) are sterile, nonpyrogenic, hypertonic solutions containing crystalline amino acids.
All amino acids designated USP are the “L”-isomer with the exception of Glycine USP which does not have an isomer.
Each 100 mL contains:



Essential Amino Acids
6%
10%


Isoleucine USP
0.49 g
0.82 g


Leucine USP
0.84 g
1.4 g


Lysine
0.49 g
0.82 g


(added as Lysine Acetate USP
0.69 g
1.2 g)


Methionine USP
0.20 g
0.34 g


Phenylalanine USP
0.29 g
0.48 g


Threonine USP
0.25 g
0.42 g


Tryptophan USP
0.12 g
0.20 g


Valine USP
0.47 g
0.78 g


Cysteine
< 0.014 g
< 0.016 g


(as Cysteine HCI•H2O USP
< 0.020 g
< 0.024 g


Histidine USP1
0.29 g
0.48 g


Tyrosine1
0.14 g
0.24 g


(added as Tyrosine USP
0.044 g
0.044 g


and N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine
0.12 g
0.24 g)


Nonessential Amino Acids




Alanine USP
0.32 g
0.54 g


Arginine USP
0.73 g
1.2 g


Proline USP
0.41 g
0.68 g


Serine USP
0.23 g
0.38 g


Glycine USP
0.22 g
0.36 g


L-Aspartic Acid
0.19 g
0.32 g


L-Glutamic Acid
0.30 g
0.50 g


Taurine2,3
0.015 g
0.025 g


Sodium Metabisulfite NF (as an antioxidant)
< 0.050 g
< 0.050 g


Water for Injection USP
pH adjusted with Glacial Acetic Acid USP pH: 5.5 (5.0-6.0)
qs
qs


Calc. Osmolarity (mOsmol/liter)
525
875


Total Amino Acids (grams/liter)
60
100


Total Nitrogen (grams/liter)
9.3
15.5


Protein Equivalent (grams/liter)
58
97


Electrolytes (mEq/liter)


Sodium
5 5
 


*Acetate (CH3COO–)
54.4
97


Chloride
< 3
< 3


*Provided as acetic acid and Iysine acetate.

1 Holt LE, Snyderman SE: The amino acid requirements of
infants. JAMA 1961; 175(2):124-127.
2 Rigo J, Senterre J: Is taurine essential for the neonates?
Biol Neonate 1977; 32:73-76.
3 Gaull G, Sturman JA, Räihä NCR: Development of mammalian
sulfur metabolism: Absence of cystothionase in human fetal tissues. Pediatr
Res 1972; 6:538-547.



Last reviewed on RxList: 2/4/2009




TrophAmine Drug Description
TrophAmine®
(amino acid) Injections
Protect from light until use.
DRUG DESCRIPTION
TrophAmine (6% and 10% Amino Acid Injections) are sterile, nonpyrogenic, hypertonic solutions containing crystalline amino acids.
All amino acids designated USP are the “L”-isomer with the exception of Glycine USP which does not have an isomer.
Each 100 mL contains:



Essential Amino Acids
6%
10%


Isoleucine USP
0.49 g
0.82 g


Leucine USP
0.84 g
1.4 g


Lysine
0.49 g
0.82 g


(added as Lysine Acetate USP
0.69 g
1.2 g)


Methionine USP
0.20 g
0.34 g


Phenylalanine USP
0.29 g
0.48 g


Threonine USP
0.25 g
0.42 g


Tryptophan USP
0.12 g
0.20 g


Valine USP
0.47 g
0.78 g


Cysteine
< 0.014 g
< 0.016 g


(as Cysteine HCI•H2O USP
< 0.020 g
< 0.024 g


Histidine USP1
0.29 g
0.48 g


Tyrosine1
0.14 g
0.24 g


(added as Tyrosine USP
0.044 g
0.044 g


and N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine
0.12 g
0.24 g)


Nonessential Amino Acids




Alanine USP
0.32 g
0.54 g


Arginine USP
0.73 g
1.2 g


Proline USP
0.41 g
0.68 g


Serine USP
0.23 g
0.38 g


Glycine USP
0.22 g
0.36 g


L-Aspartic Acid
0.19 g
0.32 g


L-Glutamic Acid
0.30 g
0.50 g


Taurine2,3
0.015 g
0.025 g


Sodium Metabisulfite NF (as an antioxidant)
< 0.050 g
< 0.050 g


Water for Injection USP
pH adjusted with Glacial Acetic Acid USP pH: 5.5 (5.0-6.0)
qs
qs


Calc. Osmolarity (mOsmol/liter)
525
875


Total Amino Acids (grams/liter)
60
100


Total Nitrogen (grams/liter)
9.3
15.5


Protein Equivalent (grams/liter)
58
97


Electrolytes (mEq/liter)


Sodium
5 5
 


*Acetate (CH3COO–)
54.4
97


Chloride
< 3
< 3


*Provided as acetic acid and Iysine acetate.

1 Holt LE, Snyderman SE: The amino acid requirements of
infants. JAMA 1961; 175(2):124-127.
2 Rigo J, Senterre J: Is taurine essential for the neonates?
Biol Neonate 1977; 32:73-76.
3 Gaull G, Sturman JA, Räihä NCR: Development of mammalian
sulfur metabolism: Absence of cystothionase in human fetal tissues. Pediatr
Res 1972; 6:538-547.



Last reviewed on RxList: 2/4/2009




TrophAmine Drug Description
TrophAmine®
(amino acid) Injections
Protect from light until use.
DRUG DESCRIPTION
TrophAmine (6% and 10% Amino Acid Injections) are sterile, nonpyrogenic, hypertonic solutions containing crystalline amino acids.
All amino acids designated USP are the “L”-isomer with the exception of Glycine USP which does not have an isomer.
Each 100 mL contains:



Essential Amino Acids
6%
10%


Isoleucine USP
0.49 g
0.82 g


Leucine USP
0.84 g
1.4 g


Lysine
0.49 g
0.82 g


(added as Lysine Acetate USP
0.69 g
1.2 g)


Methionine USP
0.20 g
0.34 g


Phenylalanine USP
0.29 g
0.48 g


Threonine USP
0.25 g
0.42 g


Tryptophan USP
0.12 g
0.20 g


Valine USP
0.47 g
0.78 g


Cysteine
< 0.014 g
< 0.016 g


(as Cysteine HCI•H2O USP
< 0.020 g
< 0.024 g


Histidine USP1
0.29 g
0.48 g


Tyrosine1
0.14 g
0.24 g


(added as Tyrosine USP
0.044 g
0.044 g


and N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine
0.12 g
0.24 g)


Nonessential Amino Acids




Alanine USP
0.32 g
0.54 g


Arginine USP
0.73 g
1.2 g


Proline USP
0.41 g
0.68 g


Serine USP
0.23 g
0.38 g


Glycine USP
0.22 g
0.36 g


L-Aspartic Acid
0.19 g
0.32 g


L-Glutamic Acid
0.30 g
0.50 g


Taurine2,3
0.015 g
0.025 g


Sodium Metabisulfite NF (as an antioxidant)
< 0.050 g
< 0.050 g


Water for Injection USP
pH adjusted with Glacial Acetic Acid USP pH: 5.5 (5.0-6.0)
qs
qs


Calc. Osmolarity (mOsmol/liter)
525
875


Total Amino Acids (grams/liter)
60
100


Total Nitrogen (grams/liter)
9.3
15.5


Protein Equivalent (grams/liter)
58
97


Electrolytes (mEq/liter)


Sodium
5 5
 


*Acetate (CH3COO–)
54.4
97


Chloride
< 3
< 3


*Provided as acetic acid and Iysine acetate.

1 Holt LE, Snyderman SE: The amino acid requirements of
infants. JAMA 1961; 175(2):124-127.
2 Rigo J, Senterre J: Is taurine essential for the neonates?
Biol Neonate 1977; 32:73-76.
3 Gaull G, Sturman JA, Räihä NCR: Development of mammalian
sulfur metabolism: Absence of cystothionase in human fetal tissues. Pediatr
Res 1972; 6:538-547.



Last reviewed on RxList: 2/4/2009





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