Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 016734/001.

Names and composition

"STERILE WATER IN PLASTIC CONTAINER" is the commercial name of a drug composed of STERILE WATER FOR IRRIGATION.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016734/001 STERILE WATER IN PLASTIC CONTAINER STERILE WATER FOR IRRIGATION LIQUID/IRRIGATION 100%
017513/001 STERILE WATER IN PLASTIC CONTAINER STERILE WATER FOR IRRIGATION LIQUID/IRRIGATION 100%
017866/001 STERILE WATER IN PLASTIC CONTAINER STERILE WATER FOR IRRIGATION LIQUID/IRRIGATION 100%
018246/001 STERILE WATER IN PLASTIC CONTAINER STERILE WATER FOR IRRIGATION LIQUID/IRRIGATION 100%
018313/001 STERILE WATER IN PLASTIC CONTAINER STERILE WATER FOR IRRIGATION LIQUID/IRRIGATION 100%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016734/001 STERILE WATER IN PLASTIC CONTAINER STERILE WATER FOR IRRIGATION LIQUID/IRRIGATION 100%
017428/001 STERILE WATER STERILE WATER FOR IRRIGATION LIQUID/IRRIGATION 100%
017513/001 STERILE WATER IN PLASTIC CONTAINER STERILE WATER FOR IRRIGATION LIQUID/IRRIGATION 100%
017866/001 STERILE WATER IN PLASTIC CONTAINER STERILE WATER FOR IRRIGATION LIQUID/IRRIGATION 100%
018246/001 STERILE WATER IN PLASTIC CONTAINER STERILE WATER FOR IRRIGATION LIQUID/IRRIGATION 100%
018313/001 STERILE WATER IN PLASTIC CONTAINER STERILE WATER FOR IRRIGATION LIQUID/IRRIGATION 100%

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Answered questions

Is there a reason to boil distilled water? How pure is it when it sits in a plastic jug?
We have humidified oxygen at the house, my dad thinks we have to boil distilled water for it. He also needs sterile water for his catheder. So do I have to boil the distilled? Obviously, I'm no science major... Asked by Britt Klang 1 year ago.

The plastic containers typically have plasticizers in the plastic that can leach out into the water. It's always best to use glass if you can. Distilled water is typically pure if you distill it yourself. I would not trust the ones you buy in stores. Boiling it will only kill some of the germs. To completely sanitize it correctly you would have to autoclave it at an atmosphere of about 15. Answered by Cherri Arrand 1 year ago.


How do I sterilize old medicine containers for water samples that wont kill the Micro organisms?
They were filled with misc. meds from Pain killers to blood thinners to a simple antibiotics. The more I think about it, Im starting to wonder if theyre would be a problem because the pills arent liquid they were hard so would it effect a paramecium or something???? Asked by Jenise Jabs 1 year ago.

The pills probably left powder behind so you should wash them thoroughly and dry them. Be sure to clean the caps too. Since your paramecium aren't in a sterile solution it shouldn't be necessary to sterilize them. Just cleaning should be enough. If you do need to sterilize them for some reason it is possible. Depending on what they are made of, alcohol can be effective as a sterilizing agent. 70% is the most effective concentration of alcohol. But you should test this on one container first if they are plastic to make sure the plastic is stable in alcohol. If it is, follow the water wash with a rinse in 70% alcohol and then let them sit upside down on a paper towel to let the alcohol evaporate completely. Then you should be ready to go. Answered by Matilda Clemons 1 year ago.


Is there a reason to boil distilled water? How pure is it when it sits in a plastic jug?
We have humidified oxygen at the house, my dad thinks we have to boil distilled water for it. He also needs sterile water for his catheder. So do I have to boil the distilled? Obviously, I'm no science major... Asked by Xiomara Mccalister 1 year ago.

The plastic containers typically have plasticizers in the plastic that can leach out into the water. It's always best to use glass if you can. Distilled water is typically pure if you distill it yourself. I would not trust the ones you buy in stores. Boiling it will only kill some of the germs. To completely sanitize it correctly you would have to autoclave it at an atmosphere of about 15. Answered by Clora Mccament 1 year ago.


How do I sterilize old medicine containers for water samples that wont kill the Micro organisms?
They were filled with misc. meds from Pain killers to blood thinners to a simple antibiotics. The more I think about it, Im starting to wonder if theyre would be a problem because the pills arent liquid they were hard so would it effect a paramecium or something???? Asked by Whitney Wojtanik 1 year ago.

The pills probably left powder behind so you should wash them thoroughly and dry them. Be sure to clean the caps too. Since your paramecium aren't in a sterile solution it shouldn't be necessary to sterilize them. Just cleaning should be enough. If you do need to sterilize them for some reason it is possible. Depending on what they are made of, alcohol can be effective as a sterilizing agent. 70% is the most effective concentration of alcohol. But you should test this on one container first if they are plastic to make sure the plastic is stable in alcohol. If it is, follow the water wash with a rinse in 70% alcohol and then let them sit upside down on a paper towel to let the alcohol evaporate completely. Then you should be ready to go. Answered by Juli Brison 1 year ago.


Is there a reason to boil distilled water? How pure is it when it sits in a plastic jug?
We have humidified oxygen at the house, my dad thinks we have to boil distilled water for it. He also needs sterile water for his catheder. So do I have to boil the distilled? Obviously, I'm no science major... Asked by Elodia Krishun 1 year ago.

The plastic containers typically have plasticizers in the plastic that can leach out into the water. It's always best to use glass if you can. Distilled water is typically pure if you distill it yourself. I would not trust the ones you buy in stores. Boiling it will only kill some of the germs. To completely sanitize it correctly you would have to autoclave it at an atmosphere of about 15. Answered by Evelyn Kuchler 1 year ago.


How do I sterilize old medicine containers for water samples that wont kill the Micro organisms?
They were filled with misc. meds from Pain killers to blood thinners to a simple antibiotics. The more I think about it, Im starting to wonder if theyre would be a problem because the pills arent liquid they were hard so would it effect a paramecium or something???? Asked by Qiana Icardo 1 year ago.

The pills probably left powder behind so you should wash them thoroughly and dry them. Be sure to clean the caps too. Since your paramecium aren't in a sterile solution it shouldn't be necessary to sterilize them. Just cleaning should be enough. If you do need to sterilize them for some reason it is possible. Depending on what they are made of, alcohol can be effective as a sterilizing agent. 70% is the most effective concentration of alcohol. But you should test this on one container first if they are plastic to make sure the plastic is stable in alcohol. If it is, follow the water wash with a rinse in 70% alcohol and then let them sit upside down on a paper towel to let the alcohol evaporate completely. Then you should be ready to go. Answered by Cathie Benedick 1 year ago.


Is there a reason to boil distilled water? How pure is it when it sits in a plastic jug?
We have humidified oxygen at the house, my dad thinks we have to boil distilled water for it. He also needs sterile water for his catheder. So do I have to boil the distilled? Obviously, I'm no science major... Asked by Sanjuanita Pietrini 1 year ago.

The plastic containers typically have plasticizers in the plastic that can leach out into the water. It's always best to use glass if you can. Distilled water is typically pure if you distill it yourself. I would not trust the ones you buy in stores. Boiling it will only kill some of the germs. To completely sanitize it correctly you would have to autoclave it at an atmosphere of about 15. Answered by September Besson 1 year ago.


How do I sterilize old medicine containers for water samples that wont kill the Micro organisms?
They were filled with misc. meds from Pain killers to blood thinners to a simple antibiotics. The more I think about it, Im starting to wonder if theyre would be a problem because the pills arent liquid they were hard so would it effect a paramecium or something???? Asked by Serita Teisberg 1 year ago.

The pills probably left powder behind so you should wash them thoroughly and dry them. Be sure to clean the caps too. Since your paramecium aren't in a sterile solution it shouldn't be necessary to sterilize them. Just cleaning should be enough. If you do need to sterilize them for some reason it is possible. Depending on what they are made of, alcohol can be effective as a sterilizing agent. 70% is the most effective concentration of alcohol. But you should test this on one container first if they are plastic to make sure the plastic is stable in alcohol. If it is, follow the water wash with a rinse in 70% alcohol and then let them sit upside down on a paper towel to let the alcohol evaporate completely. Then you should be ready to go. Answered by Abby Storbeck 1 year ago.


Is there a reason to boil distilled water? How pure is it when it sits in a plastic jug?
We have humidified oxygen at the house, my dad thinks we have to boil distilled water for it. He also needs sterile water for his catheder. So do I have to boil the distilled? Obviously, I'm no science major... Asked by Rosaria Gose 1 year ago.

The plastic containers typically have plasticizers in the plastic that can leach out into the water. It's always best to use glass if you can. Distilled water is typically pure if you distill it yourself. I would not trust the ones you buy in stores. Boiling it will only kill some of the germs. To completely sanitize it correctly you would have to autoclave it at an atmosphere of about 15. Answered by Shemeka Holda 1 year ago.


How do I sterilize old medicine containers for water samples that wont kill the Micro organisms?
They were filled with misc. meds from Pain killers to blood thinners to a simple antibiotics. The more I think about it, Im starting to wonder if theyre would be a problem because the pills arent liquid they were hard so would it effect a paramecium or something???? Asked by Gabriele Dewolff 1 year ago.

The pills probably left powder behind so you should wash them thoroughly and dry them. Be sure to clean the caps too. Since your paramecium aren't in a sterile solution it shouldn't be necessary to sterilize them. Just cleaning should be enough. If you do need to sterilize them for some reason it is possible. Depending on what they are made of, alcohol can be effective as a sterilizing agent. 70% is the most effective concentration of alcohol. But you should test this on one container first if they are plastic to make sure the plastic is stable in alcohol. If it is, follow the water wash with a rinse in 70% alcohol and then let them sit upside down on a paper towel to let the alcohol evaporate completely. Then you should be ready to go. Answered by Demetria Habeeb 1 year ago.


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