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3/20/2019

5% Dextrose Injection

Reason for the Shortage

    • Baxter has 5% dextrose injection available.
    • ICU Medical states the shortage was due to increased demand.
    • Pfizer states that the shortage was due to increased demand.

Available Products

    • 5% Dextrose injection, Baxter, 1000 mL bag, 1 count, NDC 00338-0017-04
    • 5% Dextrose injection, Baxter, 250 mL bag, 36 count, NDC 00338-0017-02
    • 5% Dextrose injection, Baxter, 500 mL bag, 24 count, NDC 00338-0017-03
    • 5% Dextrose injection, ICU Medical, 1000 mL bag, 1 count, NDC 00409-7922-09
    • 5% Dextrose injection, ICU Medical, 250 mL (2 port) bag, 24 count, NDC 00409-7922-53
    • 5% Dextrose injection, ICU Medical, 250 mL (2 port) bag, 24 count, NDC 00409-7922-02
    • 5% Dextrose injection, ICU Medical, 500 mL (2 port) bag, 18 count, NDC 00409-7922-55
    • 5% Dextrose injection, ICU Medical, 500 mL bag, 24 count, NDC 00409-7922-03
    • 5% Dextrose injection, Pfizer, 250 mL ADD-Vantage flexible container, 24 count, NDC 00409-7100-02

Updated

Updated March 20, 2019 by Leslie Jensen, PharmD, Drug Information Specialist. Created March 21, 2017 by Elyse MacDonald, PharmD, MS, BCPS. © 2019, Drug Information Service, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

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