Does the sterile water you use to mix the Dantrolene have to be cold?

Answers (1)

19 Feb 2010

Yes:

Nursing Supplies

1. A minimum of 3,000 ml of refrigerated cold saline solution for IV cooling

http://www.mhaus.org/index.cfm/fuseaction/OnlineBrochures.Display/BrochurePK/B5DBDF12-20C3-4537-948C098DAB0777E3.cfm

Votes: +0
pjl2012 2 Mar 2012

No - Each vial of(dantrolene sodium for injection) should be reconstituted by adding 60 mL of "room temperature" sterile water for injection USP (without a bacteriostatic agent).
The refrigerated saline solution is for treating hyperthermia via NG or Bladder lavage.

RNMEC 2 Mar 2012

can you site your source

Further Information

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Similar questions

what.s the diff. between bacteriostatic water and sterile water?

caverject for injection

1 answer 15 Aug 2009

What is the difference between a Sterile Water for Injection and Bacteriostatic Water for Injection?

based on the following points: -storage -route of administration

1 answer 10 Feb 2010

Sterile Injection Water Mixed with Ringer's Solution?

Hello, I am wanting to reconstitute my HCG with 10ml Lactated Ringer's Solution but can't get any small sterile vials to mix the water/HCG ...

0 answers 12 Sep 2012

My doctor prescribed cefepime injections, 0.5 dosage for 10 days?

The vials are for 1gram. After mixing the dry form of the cefepime with the sterile water, what is the shelf life of the remaining 0.5 gram?

1 answer 25 Dec 2013