minibag

minibag

A simple, inexpensive container for drugs that can be used without consideration of diluent. Minibags may be equipped with flow regulators or special tubing to control the rate of infusion; however, each time the bag is accessed, the risk of infection increases.
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In February, it was not the PS240 Gucci boots Harper was pictured wearing at New York fashion week that got people chattering, or the PS695 Burberry coat, more the leather minibag by luggage firm Goyard.
In February this year, it was not the PS240 Gucci boots Harper was pictured wearing at New York Fashion Week that got people chattering, or the PS695 maroon cashmere Burberry coat: more the seemingly bespoke leather minibag by one of the most exclusive luggage companies, Goyard.
For example, Sandoz announced earlier this month that the agency approved its ANDA for clindamycin in 5% dextrose in minibag form, the first generic version of Cleocin Phosphate in Dextrose 5%.
The MINIBAG system represents an intelligent alternative to large rigid metal or plastic containers and small cardboard and plastic drums.
A comparison of the safety and efficiency of three intermittent intravenous therapy systems--the minibottle, the minibag and the inline burette.
In 2003, the Institute for Safe Medical Practice recommended diluting vincristine in a minibag.
The nurse had intended to administer a minibag containing penicillin.
Ready-to-mix products include vial and minibag systems.
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Withdraw the desired dose and place in an empty minibag.
According to the researchers, the needle-shaped particles would efficiently absorb and reradiate the light emitted during a minibag.