New: Paediatric Injectable Guidelines

April 20, 2015 – 9:47 am

Paediatric Injectable Guidelines

New! We now subscribe to the Paediatric Injectable Guidelines. Developed by the Royal Children’s Hospital Pharmacy Department, it provides specific guidance for the preparation and administration of injectable medications in paediatrics. This resource provides paediatric specific information for improved safety and outcomes for young patients.


The Paediatric Injectable Guidelines provides:
• A comprehensive set of drug monographs
• Information about the preparation of drugs for parenteral use
• Methods of administration for intravenous use
• Vial and ampoule labelling, use and storage recommendations
• RCH therapeutic drug monitoring recommendations
• RCH parenteral nutrition and lipid compatibility and incompatibility information
• Intravenous fluid additive calculations
• Infusion solution composition details
• Cytotoxic drug listings


Clinical content at your fingertips :
• Optimised for web browser access
• Search or browse using active ingredient or trade name


* 3 ACU users can access this resource at a time. If you can’t get in please try again later *


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Hypodermic syringes. [Photography]. Retrieved from Encyclopædia Britannica ImageQuest.


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