Can you think of some additional 2 step liquid dilution meds besides Temsirolimus?

Beacon

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Temsirolimus (TORISEL) comes as a 25mg/mL liquid vial that must be once diluted with 1.8 mL of the provided diluent to a concentration of 10 mg/mL before being once again diluted in a 250 mL bag. Can you guys think of any other liquid drugs that have a 2 step dilution process?

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Trent Steele

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Cabazitaxel (Jevtana) is one that comes to mind.

Good luck finding practice related topics on this forum that aren't "Y no jobs in my city??" or "Do i really need a residency guize??" related. Place has gone to hell. I'd recommend reddit /r/pharmacy, but that seems to be heading in the same direction.

If anyone else on this board knows a place on the internet that discusses actual pharmacy practice online I'm all ears, please let us know.
 
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Beacon

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Thanks, you're right, reddit is the same... not many practicing pharmacists, mostly undergrads and students.

Anyone else have any more meds? Bueller?
 
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