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Sodium BICARBONATE Oral Solution   1 mEq/mL (8.4%)
Lot No Expiry(mm/yyyy) Ingredients Master Formula
    sodium bicarbonate, USP    PWD   
    Water, sterile       qs to  
Recipe Total Quantity:
Final Quantity Desired: mL

Directions: 1. Weigh out sodium bicarbonate powder.
2. In a mortar, dissolve sodium bicarbonate powder in a portion of sterile water.
3. Pour into a graduated cylinder.
4. QS to final volume with water.
5. Transfer to amber plastic bottles and label.

Notes Note: 1 mEq/mL = 1 mmol/mL

See packaging and storage/BUD information. Can be stored in amber plastic bottles.

Packaging:  Amber Plastic Bottle

Auxiliary Labels: ORAL USE ONLY
  Store at Room Temperature

Storage/Expiry:Room Temperature: 30 days

Last Date Revised: 18-Dec-19

References:Nahata MC, Pai VB & Hipple TF. Pediatric Drug Formulations. Fifth ed. Cincinnati, Ohio: Havey Whitney Books Company; 2003: 254.

Formulations: Sodium Bicarbonate 8.4% injection USP. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding 2003; 7(2):142.

Fingas, M, Lyons, D. (2018). Stability of Suspension Formulations of Lansoprazole and Omeprazole Stored in Plastic Amber Bottles or Oral Syringes. Unpublished AHS raw data.

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