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References   References 1968  
Type : Journal

Research teams : Shefield - Sheffiled University Medical School, Department of Anaesthesis
Authors : Williams OA, Middleton M, Henderson P, Reilly CS.
Title : Stability of morphine and droperidol separately and combined, for use as an infusion.
Reference : Hosp Pharm Pract ; 2, 9: 597-600. 1992

Level of Evidence : 
Level of evidence D
Physical stability : 
Chemical stability : 
High Performance Liquid Chromatography - ultraviolet detector (HPLC-UV)
Other methods : 
Comments : 
Stability indicating capability inadequately assessed
Imperfect separation of the internal standard from the product under study or its degradation products, or understudied
No visual inspection

List of drugs
InjectionDroperidol Neuroleptic
Stability in solutions Polypropylen Syringe Sodium chloride 0,9% 0,18 mg/ml 20°C-25°C Light
14 Day
InjectionMorphine sulfate Analgesic
Stability in solutions Polypropylen Syringe Sodium chloride 0,9% 1,76 mg/ml 20°C-25°C Light
14 Day
Stability of mixtures
Polypropylen Syringe Sodium chloride 0,9% 20°C-25°C Light
Injection Droperidol 0,2 mg/ml
Injection Morphine sulfate 1,76 mg/ml
14 Day

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