How Long Does The Drug That Has Been Put Into The Intravenous Drip Fluid Be Used?

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Doc, I’m in the process of infusion whitening .. But because i.v I found it difficult to get the whitening drug that I mixed with NACL so it can’t be used … And my question is how long can the drug last? I keep the medicine in the refrigerator

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Hello Ayuni, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.


Regarding your question, the ingredients in the drug that you put into the IV solution will affect how long the medicine can be used after opening it from the package. Most drugs can last up to 24 hours as long as they can ensure their sterility. How to save, store temperature, and so on also affect the time. However, some other drugs can have a shorter survival time when opened from the packaging. Therefore you should read the instructions and information on the packaging. If in doubt you can ask your doctor to bring the liquid or at the pharmacist where you buy the drug.


That's all, hopefully it helps answer your question.

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