Single-Dose Vials?

Discussion in 'Human Growth Hormone and Peptides' started by AngryBeaver, Nov 27, 2018.

  1. AngryBeaver

    AngryBeaver Junior Member

    Gents, Please impart your Wisdom...
    After some light reading, I'm seeing that a popular pharma company manufacturing HGH label some of there vials as single-dose vials(SDV) and others as multiple-dose vial(MDV). The SDV's are supposedly only good for a single injection because they lack an anti-microbial preservative whereas the MDV's have it.

    Does anyone have any knowledge on the SDV vs. MDV. Is this just some safety propeganda these companies developed to avoid disease spread & cover their liability. Curious if anyone has used the SDV more than once, since I'm gathering that a SDV can have as much as 12-18iu in it.. ( i understand it was developed for terminally sick people to inject once every other day etc)..
    Thanks
     
  2. master.on

    master.on Member

    How many ml is a SDV?

    You can add some benzyl alcohol (to 1% final concentration) to preserve it.
     
  3. AngryBeaver

    AngryBeaver Junior Member

    Interesting thanks...One single dose vial can be a 4,5, or 6mg vial..the 6mg vial is apparently 18iu.. if that helps..I’m not very keen to the math side of things yet
     
  4. JackSmooth

    JackSmooth Member

    Don’t just ad BA, filter the BA added.
     
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  5. Serono

    Serono Member

    If you are referring to Serostim, then this is because the 4mg comes with bac water(ie multi dose) and the 5mg and 6mg come with a sterile solution made for 1 time use(ie a patient takes a whole vial a day). You can just use bac water in the 5mg or 6mg vials no problem. Just toss the water that comes with the kits.
     
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  6. Xragexx

    Xragexx Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    As mentioned above, if you have a vial that says it sdv and you’re going to use it as a mdv, just reconstitute with bac water not sterile water.

    The bac water has ba in it which prevents forming of microorganisms, whereas sterile water has no ba
     
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  7. AngryBeaver

    AngryBeaver Junior Member

    thanks for simplifying that out Sir i was having trouble with a few of the abbreviations.. appreciate it
     
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