We need to prepare and deliver Ebastine as a liquid, at 40 mg/ml, in an upcoming study. It came in powder form, and when added to saline, it initially repelled moisture, then coagulated. Liquid appeared cloudy and took on a "filmy" texture. We need to find a way to dissolve this to use for subcutaneous injections. Any suggestions?
I know that it's not really water soluble. I honestly have no idea. I would try either regular Ringer solution or Potassium Chloride. I have no idea if either of those will work. I doubt it. I know it would probably dissolve in alcohol or another solvent. I don't know. Please let me know when you find out how to dissolve it as I'm very interested in finding out! Good Luck!
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