LEVETIRACETAM Injection

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Last Updated: 03 May 2022

Levetiracetam in Sodium Chloride Injection is an antiepileptic drug available as a clear, colorless, clean and sterile remedy for intravenous administration. Levetiracetam in Sodium Chloride Injection is a clear, anemic, clean and sterile service that is offered in a single-dose 100 mL double port bag with a light weight aluminum over cover. 500 mg: One 100 mL bag has 500 mg of levetiracetam, water for injection, 820 mg sodium chloride, 5. 5 mg of glacial acetic acid and buffered at approximately pH 5. 5 with glacial acetic acid and 164 mg salt acetate trihydrate. 1,000 mg: One 100 mL bag includes 1,000 mg of levetiracetam, water for injection, 750 mg salt chloride, 6. 5 mg of antarctic acetic acid and buffered at roughly pH 5. 5 with glacial acetic acid and 164 mg sodium acetate trihydrate. 1,500 mg: One 100 mL bag has 1,500 mg of levetiracetam, water for injection, 540 mg salt chloride, 7. 5 mg of glacial acetic acid and buffered at approximately pH 5. 5 with glacial acetic acid and 164 mg salt acetate trihydrate.

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