Is it agreed upon by the scholars that food and drink substitutes, such as in the form of blood transfusions and drip nourishment, invalidate the fast?

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No, it is not agreed upon. The only part that is agreed upon is that any nourishment that enters the body via the normal route of going down the throat invalidates the fast.

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