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Admin17.08.2021

2021 Y

When multiple IV medications are combined, the risk of complication is very real.
Admin10.08.2021

Compatibility of Ceftazidime

The centrifuged sample had a turbidity reading of 117 FNU and TPN aq 0.
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Admin30.06.2021

Development and evaluation of a test program for Y

The incidence of drug interactions increases exponentially with the number of drugs prescribed.
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Admin14.08.2021

Y

A y — site is an injection port on the side of an IV line.
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Admin07.07.2021

2021 Y

Results: Light obscuration together with turbidimetry, visual inspection and pH-measurements were able to capture signs of precipitations.
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Admin22.08.2021

Compatibility of Ceftazidime

Drug incompatibilities are physical and chemical reactions that occur in vitro between two or more drugs when the solutions are combined in the same syringe, tubing, or bottle.
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Admin23.07.2021

Y site compatibility

All information is intended for use only by competent healthcare and safety professionals and should be utilized in conjunction with pertinent clinical or situational data.
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Admin22.08.2021

IV Compatibility search results

METHODS This cross-sectional, prospective, and quantitative study was conducted in the ICU of the HCPA from July to September 2015.
Admin05.08.2021

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Notes for the test if applicable are shown in red text at the top of the detailed study information Return to the Overview page by clicking the Close link.
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Admin03.09.2021

IV Compatibility search results

, ICU patients receive injections and commonly require antimicrobial therapy.
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Admin15.08.2021

IV Compatibility search results

When evaluating prescription drug incompatibilities prior to their administration, the pharmacy staff can minimize these errors by guiding the nursing staff, thereby contributing to drug therapy efficacy and patient safety.
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Admin19.07.2021

2021 Y

If a precipitate is observed, the drug or solution should not be administered.
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