Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018247/001.

Names and composition

"SODIUM CHLORIDE IN PLASTIC CONTAINER" is the commercial name of a drug composed of SODIUM CHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018247/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION/IRRIGATION 900MG per 100ML
018897/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2.5MEQ per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016366/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 900MG per 100ML
016677/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 900MG per 100ML
016677/004 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 9MG per ML
016733/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION/IRRIGATION 900MG per 100ML
017013/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 20GM per 100ML
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017464/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 900MG per 100ML
017514/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION/IRRIGATION 900MG per 100ML
017670/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.45% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION/IRRIGATION 450MG per 100ML
017864/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.45% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION/IRRIGATION 450MG per 100ML
017867/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION/IRRIGATION 900MG per 100ML
018016/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.45% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 450MG per 100ML
018090/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.45% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 450MG per 100ML
018184/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.45% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 450MG per 100ML
018247/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION/IRRIGATION 900MG per 100ML
018314/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION/IRRIGATION 900MG per 100ML
018380/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.45% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION/IRRIGATION 450MG per 100ML
018497/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.45% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION/IRRIGATION 450MG per 100ML
018502/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 900MG per 100ML
018503/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.45% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 450MG per 100ML
018800/001 BACTERIOSTATIC SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 9MG per ML
018803/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 9MG per ML
018897/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 2.5MEQ per ML
019022/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 3% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 3GM per 100ML
019022/002 SODIUM CHLORIDE 5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5GM per 100ML
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019218/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 9MG per ML
019319/002 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% IN STERILE PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION FOR SLUSH/IRRIGATION 900MG per 100ML
019329/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 23.4% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 234MG per ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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019635/004 SODIUM CHLORIDE 5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5GM per 100ML
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019759/001 SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.45% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER SODIUM CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 450MG per 100ML
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Answered questions

Is it safe to reuse plastic containers (such as Oxyclean) to store food and microwave?
I personally don't think it is safe to reuse plastic containers - especially those that contained toxic chemicals such as bleach to store food (however much the container was cleaned before reusing it). I think it is worse to heat food stored in those containers in the microwave. However, I have a friend who... Asked by Micaela Schlaefer 1 year ago.

I personally don't think it is safe to reuse plastic containers - especially those that contained toxic chemicals such as bleach to store food (however much the container was cleaned before reusing it). I think it is worse to heat food stored in those containers in the microwave. However, I have a friend who does this and does not believe me when I say this could be harmful, so I am trying to find information to support my claim. I think it would be alright to reuse plastic containers that contained food (like yogurt containers for instance). But I am against reusing containers that were made to carry household chemicals such as detergents and cleaners. I would love to hear from others who know of any side effects or have substantial evidence to support or refute my argument. Thanks! Answered by Bong Delce 1 year ago.

I, for one, agree with your reluctance to reuse certain *plastic* containers for any of several reasons. The first, as you indicate, is the nature of the originally packaged material. Containers previously used to contain such materials as household bleach (aqueous sodium hypochlorite), cleaners, detergents, etc., should never be used for subsequent storage of items intended for ingestion. Despite even thorough cleaning, it's not uncommon at all for ionic or molecular residues to remain bound with and/or within the container. *Plastic* is actually a general term, as there are many types of *plastic*, each of which have particular qualities and limitations--some withstand temperature extremes with negligible degradation better than others. Some are harder, some are stronger, some are more flexible/pliable, etc. Without going into the whole science of high and low density polyethylenes, polycarbonates, polypropylenes, polyesters, polyvinyl chlorides, etc., etc., etc, suffice it to say that you're better off not using plastics for other than their originally manufactured purpose. Answered by Maura Imber 1 year ago.

There is no question that these containers are unsafe to reheat food in. Some food items, just being stored in the fridge/freezer are better than others, for not interacting chemically as much with the container material. Ziploc/rubbermaid type containers are specifically made with a grade of plastic that is safe for storage and reheating. One little container might not itself show any short term effects, but every little thing you expose yourself to adds up to a lot of things that mutate cellular structure, weaken the immune system and make us prone to developing chronic conditions we would not otherwise suffer from. Answered by Dalila Shiro 1 year ago.

Are you nuts? How cheap can you be? Buy throwaway containers in the supermarket like Gladware or even the store brand. And wash them before use. Imagine serving food to your kids after saving it in an Oxyclean container. I wouldn't even let my kids store toys in that container. Why not just move to the Love Canal I hear you can get property there dirt cheap. I'll bet you wash out Zip-lock bags and reuse aluminum foil too. Answered by Eden Wahl 1 year ago.

i dont think so because for example oxy clean has toxic chemicals that will seep into the plastic and could be harmful when eaten or reuing container that had toxic thing in it wouldnt be a good idea when microwaving because it relises a toxic gas into the food or thats what my mom told me i think it is ok to store food in like old yogurt container just dont microwave it in the container put it in a bowl or on a plate Answered by Fawn Stegemann 1 year ago.

this is very dangerous, not because of toxic residue left in well washed containers, but because of the 5 year old that eats the oxyclean, because his mom keeps his m&m's in an old oxyclean container. or he drinks the bleach, cause mom keeps water stored there. its the container label and shape that's dangerous. if you grow up associating what's in a bleach bottle as dangerous, you're never likely to eat anything from it...if you don't you could eat something thinking its safe and its either the chemical itself, or hasn't been washed enough and whatever the food is is mixed with the chemical. if she won't listen to you, buy her as much tupperware as she can handle, then she'll never need to use those containers again...you'll be saving some kids life. Answered by Renata Zierer 1 year ago.

You are correct. There are always risks when one reuses or recycles containers that has been used to store any toxic substance. There are always small quantities of the original material that clings to the container. That's why the containers carry warnings on their labels. That said, maybe your friend wants to risk his/her health - especially over time - and well-being. There's no argument for someone that's determined to remove themself from the gene pool, eventually, and that's sooner than later! Answered by Isaura Lieblong 1 year ago.

Plastic containers that came with food in them are fine to reuse for storing/heating other foods.....however, anything that had chemicals or anything besides food in them I would strongly advise against reusing for the purposes of storing/heating food products. Answered by Florentina Massimo 1 year ago.

HELL NO don't use plastic containers that had toxic chemicals in them to store food in and microwave in!! Your right about using plastic containers that already stored food (like the yogurt container), but no toxic containers. Answered by Lorita Mccawley 1 year ago.

Not all plastic containers are safe to use. When in doubt just throw it way. Answered by Darla Atkeson 1 year ago.

No it's not. If there's any residue left, you end up ingesting it, and then the nightmare will begin. Answered by Tien Callender 1 year ago.


Balanced equation for the decomposition of sodium hypochlorite to produce oxygen gas and sodium chloride?
I'm doing chemistry homework and I'm completely confused.It says..."Liquid bleaches containing sodium hypochlorite are often sold in opaque, plastic containers because sunlight causes the Collins to decompose to produce oxygen gas and sodium chloride. Write the balanced chemical equation for this... Asked by Natosha Bingley 1 year ago.

I'm doing chemistry homework and I'm completely confused. It says... "Liquid bleaches containing sodium hypochlorite are often sold in opaque, plastic containers because sunlight causes the Collins to decompose to produce oxygen gas and sodium chloride. Write the balanced chemical equation for this reaction." I'm confused, please help me. Answered by Linsey Zaremba 1 year ago.

2NaClO =========>2NaCl + O2 Answered by Mendy Ehiginator 1 year ago.

Sodium Hypochlorite Decomposition Answered by Lashell Maurey 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Balanced equation for the decomposition of sodium hypochlorite to produce oxygen gas and sodium chloride? I'm doing chemistry homework and I'm completely confused. It says... "Liquid bleaches containing sodium hypochlorite are often sold in opaque, plastic containers because sunlight causes the Collins to decompose to produce oxygen gas and sodium chloride. Write the balanced chemical... Answered by Ken Grober 1 year ago.

2NaCl ==> 2Na + Cl2 Answered by Magdalene Rodriguez 1 year ago.


Is it safe to reuse plastic containers (such as Oxyclean) to store food and microwave?
I personally don't think it is safe to reuse plastic containers - especially those that contained toxic chemicals such as bleach to store food (however much the container was cleaned before reusing it). I think it is worse to heat food stored in those containers in the microwave. However, I have a friend who... Asked by Loraine Diffenderfer 1 year ago.

I personally don't think it is safe to reuse plastic containers - especially those that contained toxic chemicals such as bleach to store food (however much the container was cleaned before reusing it). I think it is worse to heat food stored in those containers in the microwave. However, I have a friend who does this and does not believe me when I say this could be harmful, so I am trying to find information to support my claim. I think it would be alright to reuse plastic containers that contained food (like yogurt containers for instance). But I am against reusing containers that were made to carry household chemicals such as detergents and cleaners. I would love to hear from others who know of any side effects or have substantial evidence to support or refute my argument. Thanks! Answered by Nancee Tkacz 1 year ago.

I, for one, agree with your reluctance to reuse certain *plastic* containers for any of several reasons. The first, as you indicate, is the nature of the originally packaged material. Containers previously used to contain such materials as household bleach (aqueous sodium hypochlorite), cleaners, detergents, etc., should never be used for subsequent storage of items intended for ingestion. Despite even thorough cleaning, it's not uncommon at all for ionic or molecular residues to remain bound with and/or within the container. *Plastic* is actually a general term, as there are many types of *plastic*, each of which have particular qualities and limitations--some withstand temperature extremes with negligible degradation better than others. Some are harder, some are stronger, some are more flexible/pliable, etc. Without going into the whole science of high and low density polyethylenes, polycarbonates, polypropylenes, polyesters, polyvinyl chlorides, etc., etc., etc, suffice it to say that you're better off not using plastics for other than their originally manufactured purpose. Answered by Rubye Landrigan 1 year ago.

There is no question that these containers are unsafe to reheat food in. Some food items, just being stored in the fridge/freezer are better than others, for not interacting chemically as much with the container material. Ziploc/rubbermaid type containers are specifically made with a grade of plastic that is safe for storage and reheating. One little container might not itself show any short term effects, but every little thing you expose yourself to adds up to a lot of things that mutate cellular structure, weaken the immune system and make us prone to developing chronic conditions we would not otherwise suffer from. Answered by Erin Scannapieco 1 year ago.

Are you nuts? How cheap can you be? Buy throwaway containers in the supermarket like Gladware or even the store brand. And wash them before use. Imagine serving food to your kids after saving it in an Oxyclean container. I wouldn't even let my kids store toys in that container. Why not just move to the Love Canal I hear you can get property there dirt cheap. I'll bet you wash out Zip-lock bags and reuse aluminum foil too. Answered by Le Meury 1 year ago.

i dont think so because for example oxy clean has toxic chemicals that will seep into the plastic and could be harmful when eaten or reuing container that had toxic thing in it wouldnt be a good idea when microwaving because it relises a toxic gas into the food or thats what my mom told me i think it is ok to store food in like old yogurt container just dont microwave it in the container put it in a bowl or on a plate Answered by Zenia Potter 1 year ago.

this is very dangerous, not because of toxic residue left in well washed containers, but because of the 5 year old that eats the oxyclean, because his mom keeps his m&m's in an old oxyclean container. or he drinks the bleach, cause mom keeps water stored there. its the container label and shape that's dangerous. if you grow up associating what's in a bleach bottle as dangerous, you're never likely to eat anything from it...if you don't you could eat something thinking its safe and its either the chemical itself, or hasn't been washed enough and whatever the food is is mixed with the chemical. if she won't listen to you, buy her as much tupperware as she can handle, then she'll never need to use those containers again...you'll be saving some kids life. Answered by Tonja Stansel 1 year ago.

You are correct. There are always risks when one reuses or recycles containers that has been used to store any toxic substance. There are always small quantities of the original material that clings to the container. That's why the containers carry warnings on their labels. That said, maybe your friend wants to risk his/her health - especially over time - and well-being. There's no argument for someone that's determined to remove themself from the gene pool, eventually, and that's sooner than later! Answered by Quinn Daiton 1 year ago.

Plastic containers that came with food in them are fine to reuse for storing/heating other foods.....however, anything that had chemicals or anything besides food in them I would strongly advise against reusing for the purposes of storing/heating food products. Answered by Isaiah Bloise 1 year ago.

HELL NO don't use plastic containers that had toxic chemicals in them to store food in and microwave in!! Your right about using plastic containers that already stored food (like the yogurt container), but no toxic containers. Answered by Vennie Beauparlant 1 year ago.

Not all plastic containers are safe to use. When in doubt just throw it way. Answered by Marty Poss 1 year ago.

No it's not. If there's any residue left, you end up ingesting it, and then the nightmare will begin. Answered by Mariana Hudnut 1 year ago.


Balanced equation for the decomposition of sodium hypochlorite to produce oxygen gas and sodium chloride?
I'm doing chemistry homework and I'm completely confused.It says..."Liquid bleaches containing sodium hypochlorite are often sold in opaque, plastic containers because sunlight causes the Collins to decompose to produce oxygen gas and sodium chloride. Write the balanced chemical equation for this... Asked by Mica Coddington 1 year ago.

I'm doing chemistry homework and I'm completely confused. It says... "Liquid bleaches containing sodium hypochlorite are often sold in opaque, plastic containers because sunlight causes the Collins to decompose to produce oxygen gas and sodium chloride. Write the balanced chemical equation for this reaction." I'm confused, please help me. Answered by Jeri Lindabury 1 year ago.

2NaClO =========>2NaCl + O2 Answered by Liberty Binnie 1 year ago.

Sodium Hypochlorite Decomposition Answered by Laurine Bidon 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Balanced equation for the decomposition of sodium hypochlorite to produce oxygen gas and sodium chloride? I'm doing chemistry homework and I'm completely confused. It says... "Liquid bleaches containing sodium hypochlorite are often sold in opaque, plastic containers because sunlight causes the Collins to decompose to produce oxygen gas and sodium chloride. Write the balanced chemical... Answered by Christy Afalava 1 year ago.

2NaCl ==> 2Na + Cl2 Answered by Marcell Rusley 1 year ago.


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