Dosage form: solution
Ingredients: SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.027mg in 3mL
Labeler: Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation
NDC Code: 0487-9301
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FOR RESPIRATORY THERAPY
3 ml Sterile Unit Dose Vials
Sodium Chloride, USP
0.9% (0.027 mg per 1 mL)
Sterile, non-pyrogenic, preservative-free single-use vials for respiratory therapy.
No bacteriostatic agent or other preservative added.
Intended for use in respiratory therapy or for tracheal or lavage.
Not for injection or in preparations to be used for injection.
To verify container integrity, squeeze the vial before use. Twist cap completely off vial, invert and squeeze prescribed volume.
Discard any unused portion of the contents of this single-use vial as well as any unused solution remaining in the nebulizer cup.
Keep out of reach of children.
Water for Injection, USP
Sodium Chloride Inhalation Solution, 0.9% is supplied in single-use plastic vials in the following configurations.
NDC 0487-9301-03 3 mL, 100 vials per carton
NDC 0487-9301-33 3 mL, 30 vials per carton/1 vial per foil pouch
Internal contents sterile. External surface of vial not sterile.
Store at controlled room temperature 15° to 30°C (59° to 86°F).
Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation
Orlando, FL 32811
isodium chloride solution
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