Bot Detector
IJPC Seal
Download FREE Sample Issue or Article
LEARN MORE
Subscribe Today
A subscription to IJPC provides on-line access to full-text, full-color, printable PDF copies of your subscribed issues, individual articles, and purchased archives.

Ketoprofen 100-mg/5-mL Mouth Rinse

Author(s):  Allen Loyd V Jr

Issue:  Jan/Feb 2010 - Pediatrics and Wellness
View All Articles in Issue

Page(s):  68

Ketoprofen 100-mg/5-mL Mouth Rinse Page 1

Download in electronic PDF format for $75

Abstract:  A formulation for preparing Ketoprofen 100-mg/5-mL Mouth Rinse. Includes ingredients, method of preparation, discussion, and references for the compounding pharmacist.

Related Keywords: Loyd V Allen, Jr., PhD, RPh, formulation, ketoprofen, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, NSAID, oral liquid preparations, oral irritation, mouth lesions, pain, inflammation

Related Categories: DENTAL, EAR NOSE THROAT, FORMULATIONS, ALLERGY/IMMUNOLOGY/INFLAMMATION, DOSAGE FORMS/DRUG CARRIERS

Printer-Friendly Version



Related Articles from IJPC
Title/Author
(Click for Abstract / Details / Purchase)
Issue/​Page
View/Buy
Ketoprofen 100-mg/5-mL Mouth Rinse
Allen Loyd V Jr
Jan/Feb 2010
Pg. 68

Utilization of Compounded Medications in an Oral Medicine Practice
Stock Shannon
, Rubino Katie, Woo Sook-Bon, Margolis Arthur, Thomas Irena, Aboalela Ali, Treister Nathaniel
Mar/Apr 2016
Pg. 155-158

Compounding in the Pharmacy Curriculum: Beyond the Basics
Hinkle Amanda R
, Newton Gail D
May/Jun 2004
Pg. 181-185

Pluronic Lecithin Organogel for Local Delivery of Anti-Inflammatory Drugs
Frankum James
, Ramsay Dale, Das Nandita G, Das Sudip K
Mar/Apr 2004
Pg. 101-105

Rapid-Dissolve Technology: An Interview With Loyd V. Allen, Jr., PhD, RPh
Allen Loyd V Jr
Nov/Dec 2003
Pg. 449-450

Ketoprofen 20-mg/mL in SyrSPend SF pH4 Oral Suspension
Allen Loyd V Jr
Jan/Feb 2019
Pg. 53

Ketoprofen 2% Oral Gel
Allen Loyd V Jr
Nov/Dec 2010
Pg. 521

Basics of Compounding for Cough
Allen Loyd V Jr
Nov/Dec 2004
Pg. 462-465

Enhancement of Skin Penetration of Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs from Extemporaneously Compounded Topical-Gel Formulations
Goodwin Donald A
, Fuhram L Clifton
Nov/Dec 1999
Pg. 496-500

Ketoprofen 10% in Pluronic Lecithin Organogel
Allen Loyd V Jr
Jan/Feb 2019
Pg. 52

Baclofen 5%, Gabapentin 5%, Ketoprofen 10%, and Lidocaine 5% in Pluronic Lecithin Organogel
Allen Loyd V Jr
Nov/Dec 2010
Pg. 514

Managing Pain with Transdermal Ketoprofen
Williams KaCee D
May/Jun 2010
Pg. 204-206

Ketoprofen 20% Topical Solution
Allen Loyd V Jr
Sep/Oct 2008
Pg. 452

Ketoprofen 10% in Pluronic Lecithin Organogel
Allen Loyd V Jr
Mar/Apr 2019
Pg. 150

Baclofen 5%, Capcaicin 0.075%, Ketoprofen 10%, and Tetracaine 2% in Pluronic Lecithin Organogel
Allen Loyd V Jr
Nov/Dec 2010
Pg. 513

Ketoprofen 5% and Lidocaine Hydrochloride 0.5% Topical Gel
Allen Loyd V Jr
Nov/Dec 2010
Pg. 520

Amitriptyline Hydrochloride 2%, Carbamazepine 2%, Gabapentin 10%, and Ketoprofen 2% Transdermal Gel
Allen Loyd V Jr
Mar/Apr 2011
Pg. 157

Compounded Pain Formulations: What is the Evidence?
Asbill Scott
, Sweitzer Sarah M, Spigener Shuler, Romero-Sandoval Alfonso
Jul/Aug 2014
Pg. 278-286

Effects of Compounded Stanford Modified Oral Rinse (MucoLox) on the Survival and Migration of Oral Keratinocytes and Fibroblasts: Implications for Wound Healing
Song Guiyun
, Banov Daniel, Bassani August S
Jan/Feb 2018
Pg. 60-65

Ketoprofen 10%, Ibuprofen 10%, Cyclobenzaprine Hydrochloride 2%, and Piroxicam 2% in Pluronic Lecithin Organogel Gel
Allen Loyd V Jr
May/Jun 2011
Pg. 245

Return to Top