The CIVAS Handbook is a unique reference source for those interested in the preparation and administration of intravenous drugs as part of an intravenous additives service. Written and edited by members of the UK National CIVAS Group, the first section of the Handbook is a practical guide to the setting up and operation of an intravenous additives service and contains information on service operation, standards, training and audit that can be readily used to prepare documentation adapted for localised needs. The second section of the Handbook contains an invaluable summary of stability data applicable to intravenous additives along with 40 detailed monographs on commonly used intravenous additives including: aciclovir; ampicillin; cefotaxime; fluconazole; metoclopramide; and pethidine.The Centralised Intravenous Additive Services Reference Richard Needle, Tim Sizer. 4AdC. This report is consistent with another study which showed a 36% loss of ampicillin in two days for a refrigerated 12.5% solution in water for injection.(12 ) Studies on unbuffered ... The pharmaceutical codex, 11th edition. London: Theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The CIVAS Handbook|
|Author||:||Richard Needle, Tim Sizer|