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Compounding for the Pediatric Patient

Author(s):  Allen Loyd V Jr

Issue:  Mar/Apr 1997 - Pediatric Care
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Page(s):  84-86

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Abstract:  This article covers dosage forms for pediatric patients, customizing pediatric dosage forms, formulation factors, counseling the caregiver and beyond pediatrics. Tables provide information regarding approximate pH values and alcohol content for some common vehicles and suspending agents for extemporaneous preparation of suspensions.

Related Keywords: Pediatric patients, dosage forms for, Pediatric patients, formulations, factors to consider, Pediatric patients, suspensions for, suspending agents, Pediatric patients, vehicles for compounds

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