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Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) Oral Suspension    10 mg/mL
Lot No Expiry(mm/yyyy) Ingredients Master Formula
    riboflavin powder, USP    PWD   
    HSC suspending vehicle       qs to 
Recipe Total Quantity:
Final Quantity Desired: mL

Directions: 1. Wearing gloves and mask, weigh out riboflavin powder.
2. Levigate powder in mortar with a small quantity of HSC vehicle until a smooth paste is formed.
3. Add more HSC vehicle until a liquid is formed.
4. Pour contents into a graduated cylinder.
5. Rinse mortar and qs to final volume with HSC vehicle.
6. Transfer to final container and label.

Notes Riboflavin powder is non formulary.
Refer to Riboflavin powder in AHS Provincial Formulary.

Packaging:  Amber Plastic Bottle

Auxiliary Labels: Shake Well
  Store at Room Temperature

Storage/Expiry:Room Temperature: 30 days

Last Date Revised: 15-Mar-18

  Riboflavin 10 mg/mL oral suspension recipe (last updated April 2007).
Assigned a stability of 30 days at room temperature.
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