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Topic: Cytotoxic agents

May 28, 2015
An optimised production at the hospital pharmacies causes stockholding of the reconstituted chemotherapies, and hence enhanced focus on the leachables/extractables from the container

 

August 3, 2013
In order to give compounded cytostatics longer shelf lives, better data are a prerequisite, and it would be opportune either to establish an international collaboration or to centralise the resources on a European level to find a common solution
In order to give compounded cytostatics longer shelf lives, better data are a prerequisite, and it would be opportune either to establish an international collaboration or to centralise the resources on a European level to find a common solution
Iben Larsson PhD
The Danish Research Unit for Hospital Pharmacy, Amgros, Copenhagen, Denmark
Email: Ila@amgros.dk
March 12, 2013
Although the cumulative effect of exposure to several anticancer drugs over long periods is unclear, exposure should be prevented and reduced whenever possible

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March 12, 2013
It is important for healthcare professionals not only to understand the risks of intravenous neoplastic drugs, but also to have essential safety equipment available to prevent exposure

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July 25, 2012
Oral cytotoxic drugs require the greatest need for careful consultation with the patient. The answer to the question:

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July 24, 2012
Some worrying observations were highlighted during a satellite seminar sponsored by Fresenius Kabi, discussing safety in handling and reconstitution of cytotoxics, at the Congress of the European Association of Hospital Pharmacists

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June 6, 2008
Liposomal encapsulation helps minimise side-effects of conventional doxorubicin by improving tumour specificity. This review discusses use of encapsulated doxorubicin citrate (Myocet

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