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Indomethacin Oral Suspension   5 mg/mL
Lot No Expiry(mm/yyyy) Ingredients Master Formula
    indomethacin  50 mg  CAP   
    Simple syrup       qs to 
Recipe Total Quantity:
Final Quantity Desired: mL

Directions: 1. Empty contents of capsules into a mortar and triturate to a fine powder.
2. Gradually levigate powder with simple syrup until a liquid is formed.
3. Pour into a graduated cylinder.
4. Rinse mortar and qs to final volume with vehicle.
5. Transfer to final container and label.

Packaging:  Amber Plastic Bottle

Auxiliary Labels: Refrigerate
  Shake Well

Storage/Expiry:Refrigerator: 60 days

Last Date Revised: 27-May-11

References:
 
McCrea J, Rappaport P, Stansfield S, Baker D, Dupuis LL. James G., Extemporaneous oral liquid dosage preparations. 1st ed. Toronto, ON: Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists; 1988.
  Indomethacin 5 mg/mL oral suspension recipe (last updated April 2007).
McCrea J, Rappaport P, Stansfield S, Baker D, Dupuis LL. James G., Extemporaneous oral liquid dosage preparations. 1st ed. Toronto, ON: Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists; 1988.

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


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