The stability of amoxycillin sodium in intravenous infusion fluids.

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The stability of amoxycillin sodium has been determined at 25 degrees C in water and in ten intravenous infusion fluids at concentrations of 1, 2 and 5% w/v. Little difference in stability was found between 1% and 2% amoxycillin solutions in the various vehicles, but the antibiotic was significantly less stable at 5%. Stabilities in sodium and potassium… (More)

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@article{Cook1982TheSO, title={The stability of amoxycillin sodium in intravenous infusion fluids.}, author={Boaz Cook and Stephanie A Hill and Bruce D. Lynn}, journal={Journal of clinical and hospital pharmacy}, year={1982}, volume={7 4}, pages={245-50} }