Snakes molt when they grow, and their skin is small for them.
Snakes molt is also called shedding. When snakes grow, their skin does not grow with them so, they have to lose it to grow a new one for their increased size. This process involves some time, and the snake looks for rough surfaces to remove the skin. The final result is the removal of the old skin in one piece.
The fat emulsion is a cloudy white solution that is regulated intravenously during parenteral nourishment to prohibit fatty acid depletion. Patients who are incapable to get enough fat through their diet usually because of certain sicknesses, fat emulsions are used as dietary supplements for them.
The nurse should assess the bottle of fat for the divergence of an emulsion into layers, fat globules, the accumulation of froth. If the presence of fat globules in the solution occurs the nurse should not hang a fat emulsion and should return the solution to the pharmacy.