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Mixing Powdered Medication into Suspensions (Cup or Syringe provided)

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Mixing Powdered Medication into Suspensions (Cup or Syringe provided) - What is it for

Mixing Powdered Medication into Suspensions (Cup or Syringe provided) - Side Effects, Precautions, and Contraindications

What side effects can Mixing Powdered Medication into Suspensions (Cup or Syringe provided) cause?

Before taking Mixing Powdered Medication into Suspensions (Cup or Syringe provided), what precautions must I follow?

What food or medicine must I avoid when I take Mixing Powdered Medication into Suspensions (Cup or Syringe provided)?

Mixing Powdered Medication into Suspensions (Cup or Syringe provided) - Dosage and How to Use

How should Mixing Powdered Medication into Suspensions (Cup or Syringe provided) be used?

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​1. Gently shake the bottle to loosen the powder. Open the cap.

​2. Using the cup / syringe provided, carefully measure / syringe out ______ mL of cool boiled water and add it into the bottle.

3. Close the cap. Invert the bottle and shake the bottle vigorously until all the powder is well-mixed for at least 5 seconds. The suspension is then ready for use.

4. The suspension should be:

Stored in the refrigerator

Kept at room temperature

5. Shake well before giving each dose.

6. Discard any remaining suspension ____ days after reconstitution.

7. If you have more than one bottle of the same suspension, finish one bottle before mixing the second one.

What should I do if I miss a dose?

What should I do if I overdose?

Mixing Powdered Medication into Suspensions (Cup or Syringe provided) - Handling

How should I handle Mixing Powdered Medication into Suspensions (Cup or Syringe provided) safely?

Mixing Powdered Medication into Suspensions (Cup or Syringe provided) - Storage

How should I store Mixing Powdered Medication into Suspensions (Cup or Syringe provided)?

Keep away from children;#Keep in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight;#

How should I dispose of Mixing Powdered Medication into Suspensions (Cup or Syringe provided) safely?

Mixing Powdered Medication into Suspensions (Cup or Syringe provided) - Additional Information

  • Updated on Monday, October 16, 2017
  • Article contributed by Pharmacy Department KK Women's and Children's Hospital

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