Put a Beyond-Use Date on Meds That are Compounded or Reconstituted

You'll see more focus on avoiding mishaps with "beyond-use" dates.

Medications that are shipped to the pharmacy have an EXPIRATION date...which is usually 2 to 3 years from the date of manufacture.

But for some meds this time frame is drastically REDUCED once they're opened...in use...or reconstituted.

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