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HepatAmine Drug Description
HepatAmine®
(8% Amino Acid) Injection
Protect from light until use.
DRUG DESCRIPTION
HepatAmine (8% Amino Acid Injection) is a sterile, nonpyrogenic, hypertonic solution containing crystalline amino acids. A 500 mL unit provides a total of 40 g of amino acids and 6 g of nitrogen (38 g of protein equivalent).
Each 100 mL contains:



Essential amino acids


Isoleucine USP
0.90 g


Leucine USP
1.10 g


Lysine
0.61 g


(added as lysine acetate USP
0.86 g)


Methionine USP
0.10 g


Phenylalanine USP
0.10 g


Threonine USP
0.45 g


Tryptophan USP
0.066 g


Valine USP
0.84 g


Nonessential amino acids


Alanine USP
0.77 g


Arginine USP
0.60 g


Histidine USP
0.24 g


Proline USP
0.80 g


Serine USP
0.50 g


Glycine USP
0.90 g


Cysteine
< 0.014 g


(as Cysteine HCl•H2O USP
< 0.020 g)


Phosphoric Acid NF
0.115 g


Sodium Bisulfite (as an antioxidant)
< 0.1 g


Water for Injection USP qs
 


pH adjusted with Glacial Acetic Acid USP
pH: 6.5 (6.0-6.8)
Calculated Osmolarity: 785 mOsmol/liter


Concentration of Electrolytes (mEq/liter): Sodium 10; Chloride < 3; Phosphate
(HPO =4) 20 (10 mmole P/liter); Acetate Approx. 62 (provided
as acetic acid and Iysine acetate)Last reviewed on RxList: 2/19/2009




HepatAmine Drug Description
HepatAmine®
(8% Amino Acid) Injection
Protect from light until use.
DRUG DESCRIPTION
HepatAmine (8% Amino Acid Injection) is a sterile, nonpyrogenic, hypertonic solution containing crystalline amino acids. A 500 mL unit provides a total of 40 g of amino acids and 6 g of nitrogen (38 g of protein equivalent).
Each 100 mL contains:



Essential amino acids


Isoleucine USP
0.90 g


Leucine USP
1.10 g


Lysine
0.61 g


(added as lysine acetate USP
0.86 g)


Methionine USP
0.10 g


Phenylalanine USP
0.10 g


Threonine USP
0.45 g


Tryptophan USP
0.066 g


Valine USP
0.84 g


Nonessential amino acids


Alanine USP
0.77 g


Arginine USP
0.60 g


Histidine USP
0.24 g


Proline USP
0.80 g


Serine USP
0.50 g


Glycine USP
0.90 g


Cysteine
< 0.014 g


(as Cysteine HCl•H2O USP
< 0.020 g)


Phosphoric Acid NF
0.115 g


Sodium Bisulfite (as an antioxidant)
< 0.1 g


Water for Injection USP qs
 


pH adjusted with Glacial Acetic Acid USP
pH: 6.5 (6.0-6.8)
Calculated Osmolarity: 785 mOsmol/liter


Concentration of Electrolytes (mEq/liter): Sodium 10; Chloride < 3; Phosphate
(HPO =4) 20 (10 mmole P/liter); Acetate Approx. 62 (provided
as acetic acid and Iysine acetate)Last reviewed on RxList: 2/19/2009




HepatAmine Drug Description
HepatAmine®
(8% Amino Acid) Injection
Protect from light until use.
DRUG DESCRIPTION
HepatAmine (8% Amino Acid Injection) is a sterile, nonpyrogenic, hypertonic solution containing crystalline amino acids. A 500 mL unit provides a total of 40 g of amino acids and 6 g of nitrogen (38 g of protein equivalent).
Each 100 mL contains:



Essential amino acids


Isoleucine USP
0.90 g


Leucine USP
1.10 g


Lysine
0.61 g


(added as lysine acetate USP
0.86 g)


Methionine USP
0.10 g


Phenylalanine USP
0.10 g


Threonine USP
0.45 g


Tryptophan USP
0.066 g


Valine USP
0.84 g


Nonessential amino acids


Alanine USP
0.77 g


Arginine USP
0.60 g


Histidine USP
0.24 g


Proline USP
0.80 g


Serine USP
0.50 g


Glycine USP
0.90 g


Cysteine
< 0.014 g


(as Cysteine HCl•H2O USP
< 0.020 g)


Phosphoric Acid NF
0.115 g


Sodium Bisulfite (as an antioxidant)
< 0.1 g


Water for Injection USP qs
 


pH adjusted with Glacial Acetic Acid USP
pH: 6.5 (6.0-6.8)
Calculated Osmolarity: 785 mOsmol/liter


Concentration of Electrolytes (mEq/liter): Sodium 10; Chloride < 3; Phosphate
(HPO =4) 20 (10 mmole P/liter); Acetate Approx. 62 (provided
as acetic acid and Iysine acetate)Last reviewed on RxList: 2/19/2009




HepatAmine Drug Description
HepatAmine®
(8% Amino Acid) Injection
Protect from light until use.
DRUG DESCRIPTION
HepatAmine (8% Amino Acid Injection) is a sterile, nonpyrogenic, hypertonic solution containing crystalline amino acids. A 500 mL unit provides a total of 40 g of amino acids and 6 g of nitrogen (38 g of protein equivalent).
Each 100 mL contains:



Essential amino acids


Isoleucine USP
0.90 g


Leucine USP
1.10 g


Lysine
0.61 g


(added as lysine acetate USP
0.86 g)


Methionine USP
0.10 g


Phenylalanine USP
0.10 g


Threonine USP
0.45 g


Tryptophan USP
0.066 g


Valine USP
0.84 g


Nonessential amino acids


Alanine USP
0.77 g


Arginine USP
0.60 g


Histidine USP
0.24 g


Proline USP
0.80 g


Serine USP
0.50 g


Glycine USP
0.90 g


Cysteine
< 0.014 g


(as Cysteine HCl•H2O USP
< 0.020 g)


Phosphoric Acid NF
0.115 g


Sodium Bisulfite (as an antioxidant)
< 0.1 g


Water for Injection USP qs
 


pH adjusted with Glacial Acetic Acid USP
pH: 6.5 (6.0-6.8)
Calculated Osmolarity: 785 mOsmol/liter


Concentration of Electrolytes (mEq/liter): Sodium 10; Chloride < 3; Phosphate
(HPO =4) 20 (10 mmole P/liter); Acetate Approx. 62 (provided
as acetic acid and Iysine acetate)Last reviewed on RxList: 2/19/2009




HepatAmine Drug Description
HepatAmine®
(8% Amino Acid) Injection
Protect from light until use.
DRUG DESCRIPTION
HepatAmine (8% Amino Acid Injection) is a sterile, nonpyrogenic, hypertonic solution containing crystalline amino acids. A 500 mL unit provides a total of 40 g of amino acids and 6 g of nitrogen (38 g of protein equivalent).
Each 100 mL contains:



Essential amino acids


Isoleucine USP
0.90 g


Leucine USP
1.10 g


Lysine
0.61 g


(added as lysine acetate USP
0.86 g)


Methionine USP
0.10 g


Phenylalanine USP
0.10 g


Threonine USP
0.45 g


Tryptophan USP
0.066 g


Valine USP
0.84 g


Nonessential amino acids


Alanine USP
0.77 g


Arginine USP
0.60 g


Histidine USP
0.24 g


Proline USP
0.80 g


Serine USP
0.50 g


Glycine USP
0.90 g


Cysteine
< 0.014 g


(as Cysteine HCl•H2O USP
< 0.020 g)


Phosphoric Acid NF
0.115 g


Sodium Bisulfite (as an antioxidant)
< 0.1 g


Water for Injection USP qs
 


pH adjusted with Glacial Acetic Acid USP
pH: 6.5 (6.0-6.8)
Calculated Osmolarity: 785 mOsmol/liter


Concentration of Electrolytes (mEq/liter): Sodium 10; Chloride < 3; Phosphate
(HPO =4) 20 (10 mmole P/liter); Acetate Approx. 62 (provided
as acetic acid and Iysine acetate)Last reviewed on RxList: 2/19/2009





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