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Stability-indicating HPLC method for the determination of the stability of oxytocin parenteral solutions prepared in polyolefin bags
Drug Discoveries & Therapeutics
Oxytocin is very commonly used in clinical settings and is a nonapeptide hormone that stimulates the contraction of uterine smooth muscles. In this study the stability of extemporaneously compounded oxytocin solutions was investigated in polyolefin bags. The sterile preparations of oxytocin were compounded to the strength of 0.02 U/mL in accordance with United States Pharmacopeia (USP) <797> standards. In order to carry out the stability testing of these parenteral products, the solutions weredoi:10.5582/ddt.2012.v6.1.49 fatcat:62uh42hyvffl3ezghs7ujkvwoy