*NEW* Dexamethasone Powder now available in our catalog!

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Dexamethasone Powder at Xenex Labs

     

    Sample use formula

    Dexamethasone 1 mg/mL Oral Suspension

    Used for various inflammatory conditions.

    Ingredients
    Dexamethasone
    TD Oral Base SF

     

    30mg
    qs 30 mL

    METHOD OF PREPARATION
    1. Calculate the required quantity of each ingredient for the total amount to be prepared

    2. Accurately weight and/or measure each ingredient

    3. Empty the tablets into a clean glass mortar

    4. Comminute the tablets for form fine powder

    5. Add about one-third of the TD Oral Base to the dexamethasone powder and mix to form a smooth paste 6. Quantitatively transfer the paste mixture with the TD Oral Base to a graduate

    7. Bring to final volume with the TD Oral Base and mix well

    8. Package and label

    STABILITY
    Beyond use is 90 days
    PACKAGING AND LABELING
    For oral use only, keep out of reach of children, shake well

     

    This formula is available and downloadable in our database. Place your order online or through your sales representative.

     Disclaimer: Xenex Laboratories Inc. has provided the formula and instructions above as a model for educational purposes only on the basis of recognized compendia and texts or references. Xenex Laboratories Inc. takes no responsibility for the validity or accuracy of this information or for its safety or effectiveness, nor for any use thereof, which is at the sole risk of the licensed pharmacist. Adjustments may be needed to meet specific patient needs and in accordance with a licensed prescriber’s prescription. The pharmacist must employ appropriate tests to determine the stability of this suggested formula. Xenex Laboratories Inc., its owners, officers, agents, contractors, affiliates and employees cannot be held liable to any person or entity concerning claims, loss or damage caused by, or alleged to be caused by, directly or indirectly, the use or misuse of the information contained in this suggested formula. In all cases, it is the responsibility of the licensed pharmacist to know the law, to compound any finished product and to dispense these products in accordance with Health Canada and FDA guidelines and appropriate Provincial Drug Schedules and Provincial or Territorial Pharmacy Practice Standards. 

     


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