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Ian Gonzalez
Ian Gonzalez

Ampule !!INSTALL!!

The ampule is not a standardized unit for measuring mass, volume, or any quantity. Instead, an ampule refers to a single dose of medication pre-packaged in an injectable glass or plastic container.



The Small Ampule/Tube Attachment can be used with the Vortex-Genie 2 family of mixers and the Vortex-Genie Pulse and provides vigorous end-to-end agitation combined with vortexing of up to four 15mm-17mm diameter tubes or ampules.

AccuStandard has updated its two-part ampule labels to make them easier to use! Your customer feedback helped us to develop a label that is easier and more intuitive to use. The new label contains all the same information in a more user-friendly format. Watch our video demonstration here.

Parenteral medications are supplied in sterile vials, ampules, and prefilled syringes. Ampules are glass containers in 1 ml to 10 ml sizes that hold a single dose of medication in liquid form. They are made of glass and have a scored neck to indicate where to break the ampule. Because there is risk of being cut by glass when opening a glass ampule, the nurse should use an ampule breaker or wrap an alcohol swab package around the neck of the ampule for protection (See Figure 7.10, 7.11). A blunt fill needle with filter must be used when withdrawing medication to prevent glass particles from being drawn up into the syringe. Never use a filter needle to inject medication directly into a patient (Perry et al., 2018).

Glass corrosion in battery headers were found to limit the shelf life of ambient temperature lithium batteries. Glass corrosion can lead to loss of battery electrolytes or to shorts across the conductive corrosion product. Tests were conducted which simulate the corrosive environment in a battery by sealing headers attached to lithium metal into Pyrex ampules containing battery electrolyte. Using the ampule test, glass corrosion kinetics have been determined at 70 C for the Li/SO2, Li/SOCl2, and Li/SOCl2 + BrCl battery systems. Test results indicate that corrosion of commercial glass compositions is extensive in all electrolytes tested, resulting in predicted battery failures after several months. Sandia's TA-23 glass corrodes at a much slower rate, indicating a projected battery lifetime of over five years in the LiSO2 system. Test results reveal that corrosion kinetics are sensitive to header polarization, stress, and configuration as well as glass composition. 041b061a72


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