Gabapentin oral solution and enteral feeding tubes
20th December 2016
The SPC for Gabapentin Rosemont 50mg/mL oral solution (Rosemont Pharmaceuticals) has been updated to include information about administration via nasogastric and percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy feeding tubes. Section 6.6 of the SPC contains information on the specific type of tubes suitable for use (including the material, bore size, internal diameter and maximum length) and the procedure to be followed when administering the oral solution via these routes.
- Gabapentin oral solution and enteral feeding tubes
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