Dispensing of IMP between 2-8 degree centigrade [Study Per­for­mance]

posted by Ohlbe – France, 2016-10-17 11:08  – Posting: # 16729
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» Dear Sir,

Not interested in the opinion of Ladies ?

» As we know some molecules need to be maintained between 2-8 degree centigrade, may I know the procedure for dispensing of IP under this controlled temperature.

That's the temperature for long-term storage. Unless the drug is extraordinarily unstable (should we then refrigerate the subjects ?) and the labelling requires that patients keep it at 2-8°C until the last few seconds before they take the product, I would not bother about the few minutes it will take to dispense the drug. Same for light protection of solid dosage forms (I've never seen a labelling that required the patients to have a sodium vapour lamp at home).

Regards
Ohlbe

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