Is there a liquid form of Depakote which could be injected into an IV line for a patient who cannot have food or liquids due to Pancreatitis?
10 Mar 2011
You might want to check with a compounding pharmacy - they are often able to make different forms of medications. Check with your pharmacy - they are usually able to tell you where the closest compounding pharmacy to you is located. Compounding isn't any different than a regular prescription - your doctor's office can call it in as a compound without any difficulty and you usually pay your regular insurance copay.
- Depakote Information for Consumers
- Depakote Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Depakote (detailed)
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