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aMILoride Oral Suspension   1 mg/mL
Lot No Expiry(mm/yyyy) Ingredients Master Formula
    amiloride  5 mg  TAB   
    glycerin  100%  PO SOLN   
    Water, sterile       qs to 
Recipe Total Quantity:
Final Quantity Desired: mL

Directions: 1. In a mortar, crush tablets and triturate to a fine powder.
2. Combine a small amount of sterile water with glycerin.
3. Gradually levigate powder with sterile water/ glycerin mixture to form a liquid.
4. Pour into a graduated cylinder.
5. Rinse mortar and qs to final volume with water. Mix well.
6. Transfer to final container and label.

Notes This recipe is preferred for neonates less than or equal to 28 days corrected age.

Packaging: 100 mL Amber Plastic Bottle

Auxiliary Labels: Protect From Light
  Refrigerate
  Shake Well

Storage/Expiry:Refrigerator: 21 days

Last Date Revised: 30-May-13

References:Fawcett J, Woods D, Ferry D, Boulton D. Stability of amiloride hydrochloride oral liquids prepared from tablets and powder. Aus J Hosp Pharm 1995; 25:19-23.
 
Nahata MC, Pai VB, Hipple TF. Pediatric drug formulations. 5th ed. Cincinnati, OH: Harvey Whitney Books Company; 2003.

Completed Compound Check
Lot NoDate Prepared Expiry DateTechnicianPharmacist
   29-Nov-2021         


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