Trissel's Stability of Compounded Formulations
This work compiles all available stability information on drugs in compounded oral, enteral, topical and ophthalmic formulations. Monographs on 206 products are organized into four categories: properties, general stability considerations, stability reports of compounded products and availability.
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acetazolamide acid Amoxicillin appropriate aseptic procedures aqueous solution capsules captopril cefazolin cefuroxime cimetidine clean air environment Clindamycin Commercial Availability Oral Compounded Products Oral concentration containers and stored controlled room temperature decomposition diazepam diluted drug Enteral Products Cutie erythromycin ethanol evaluated the stability formulation furosemide HPLC hydrochloride hydrochloride injection Hydrochloride Properties Indomethacin juice light-resistant containers lithium citrate lithium citrate syrup methyldopa Metronidazole mg/5 mL mg/mL mixture Nystatin odorless crystalline powder ondansetron oral liquid oral solution oral suspension osmolality Osmolite Ross Laboratories packaged in tight phenytoin phosphate potassium precipitation Products Enteral Products Products Oral Products protected from light reconstituted Reports of Compounded simple syrup slightly soluble sodium chloride solubility soluble in ethanol soluble in water Stability Considerations Stability Reports stability-indicating HPLC assay sterile products stored at 4°C stored at controlled stored in tight stored under refrigeration suitable clean air sulfate tablets temperature and protected theophylline Thiothixene tight containers vials