Use Bacteriostatic Water 10 ml Magnus Pharmaceuticals by British athletes
Bacteriostatic water is a preparation intended for parenteral use only. In addition, it should only be administered after adding preparations that require dilution or dissolved in an aqueous solution prior to injection. Bacteriostatic water is supplied in a multi-dose container from which repeated water withdrawals can be made to dilute or dissolve the drugs for injection.
Property Bacteriostatic Water 10 ml Magnus Pharmaceuticals
The substance constituting this product is water, specially purified, and free of any foreign impurities. It is apirogenic, i.e. it does not contain metabolic products (pyrogens or pyrogenic substances) resulting from the activity of microorganisms. You can always order it in Britain on our website at a favourable price.
In addition, injection water has no chemical activity of its own and has no medicinal effect and does not interact with other substances when mixed. It is therefore an excellent diluent and is therefore used in medicine when it is necessary to dissolve or dilute soluble dosage forms for intramuscular, intravenous, subcutaneous or other intrathecal administration.This pharmaceutical refers to agents used to dissolve and dilute medicines administered parenterally (bypassing the gastrointestinal tract).
Advantages of the product Bacteriostatic Water 10 ml
- Protection of diluted preparation against bacteria
- Extension of shelf life of prohormones
- High biological activity
Mechanism of action Bacteriostatic Water Magnus Pharmaceuticals
On contact with benzyl alcohol, bacterial cell membranes are rapidly destroyed, thus stopping bacterial growth. In 2004, a group of scientists documented the action and effectiveness of bacteriostatic water. After applying the germicide, the solutions were mixed with bacteriostatic water. The results show that the water stopped bacterial growth processes after sterilization, demonstrating its effectiveness. The difference between bacteriostatic water and sterile water is that sterile injection water contains no bacteriostatic agents. It is therefore single-dose vials and should be discarded after a single use.
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