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ampoule

(esp US), ampule
Med a small glass vessel in which liquids for injection are hermetically sealed
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Reddy's Laboratories has launched its Phytonadione Injectable Emulsion USP, 10 mg/ml Single-Dose Ampules, a therapeutic equivalent generic version of Vitamin K1 (Phytonadione) Injectable Emulsion USP, 10 mg/ml, it was reported on Monday.
Officers located 525 injectable vitamin ampules and 500 pills in the 40-year-old's car while a large number of ampules and other substances were located in the 60-year-old's property.
The rate of chloropicrin movement from ampules designed to provide quick, moderate, or slow release was assessed by weighing each ampule at the start of the test and then periodically removing and weighing ampules for the first 22 months of exposure.
Following the US launch, the Lidocaine HCl injection, USP, 1% 5 mL 'Safety Snap' glass ampules will fill the need of the national shortage, added the company.
All patients were prescribed vitamin D in oral form from injectable glass ampules. More than half of patients, 52.8% (95) said that no consent was taken from them while prescribing this medicine while 39.7% (71) were formally taught how to break and use the ampule in oral form.
An undercover narcotic agent later ordered 30 more ampules from Ricamora who agreed to deliver them on Thursday near a hospital on Llorente Street, Cebu City.
The drugs taken are 16 ampules of Fentanyl, 10 of Pethidine and 20 of Midazolam.
A North Wales Police spokeswoman said the three boxes were in an Alliance Pharmacy bag and contained 12 100mg ampules.
The use of filter needles is not often considered when discussing medication preparation from glass ampules. Fundamentals of nursing references prior to 1999 typically do not acknowledge this as an important component of safe medication administration.
Tokyo, Japan, Oct 18, 2005 - (JCNN) - The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) announced on October 17 that its Intelligent Systems Research Institute has developed a robotic system to handle and sort drug ampules, in collaboration with Ookuma Electronic and Applied Vision Systems (AVS).
It includes two 10 mg ampules of diamorphine, one 100 mg ampule of diamorphine, two 10mg ampules of morphine, two 100mg ampules of pethadine, and ten10mg tablets of pethadine.
The RSF3L has a capacity of up to nine thousand ampules an hour, and it offers features to satisfy the demands for liquid products in a sterile environment.