Medication in capsules or powder form

  1. 0 Please help!! QUESTION: Available dose is Diflucan 150 mg, desired dose is 50 mg, only available in capsule form.. is it okay if we dilute it in water and give the amount according to your calculation.. thanks!!!!
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  4. Visit  Esme12 profile page
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    what is this for? who is this for? where are you working? can you call pharmacy? It does come in a powder for oral suspension.
  5. Visit  Don1984, RN profile page
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    It comes in different dosages.

    DIFLUCAN Tablets: Pink trapezoidal tablets containing 50, 100, or 200 mg of fluconazole are packaged in bottles or unit dose blisters. The 150 mg fluconazole tablets are pink and oval shaped, packaged in a single dose unit blister.

    DIFLUCAN Tablets are supplied as follows:
    DIFLUCAN 50 mg Tablets: Engraved with "DIFLUCAN" and "50" on the front and"ROERIG" on the back.
    DIFLUCAN 100 mg Tablets: Engraved with "DIFLUCAN" and "100" on the front and "ROERIG" on the back.
    DIFLUCAN 150 mg Tablets: Engraved with "DIFLUCAN" and "150" on the front and "ROERIG" on the back.
    DIFLUCAN 200 mg Tablets: Engraved with "DIFLUCAN" and "200" on the front and "ROERIG" on the back.
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  6. Visit  KelRN215 profile page
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    Unrealistic scenario. If someone ever came to me with a syringe full of powder diluted with water I'd kindly tell them where they could shove that syringe. Diflucan comes in 50 mg tablets. Call the pharmacy and tell them to send the right dose.
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