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L-Isoleucine Oral Solution   10 mg/mL
Lot No Expiry(mm/yyyy) Ingredients Master Formula
    l-isoleucine USP    PWD   
    Water with sodium benzoate (Preserved Water)   0.1%    qs to 
Recipe Total Quantity:
Final Quantity Desired: mL

Directions: 1. Wearing gloves and a mask, weigh out l-isoleucine powder using an electronic balance. Transfer powder into a graduated cylinder.
2. Add 90% of total volume of preserved water to powder in graduate. Stir until dissolved. This may take up to 15 minutes. If stirred immediately, the solution does not need to be heated.
3. QS to final volume with preserved water. Stir well.
4. Filter solution through a fluted filter paper into an amber bottle.

Notes See recipe for Water with Sodium Benzoate 0.1% (Preserved Water 0.1%) in database.

THIS FORMULATION IS NOT BASED ON LITERATURE, but is from unpublished data, historical use, or physician/pharmacy experience.

Packaging:  Amber Glass Bottle

Auxiliary Labels: Refrigerate

Storage/Expiry:Refrigerator: 30 days

Last Date Revised: 5-Aug-20

References:SickKids Compounding Service. Toronto, ON: The Hospital for Sick Children. Faxed recipe, October 2010.

Completed Compound Check
Lot NoDate Prepared Expiry DateTechnicianPharmacist
   6-Dec-2021         


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