Dating multidose vials
Infection preventionists are responsible to train health care workers regarding aseptic techniques and apply guidelines for aseptic handling of intravenous solutions.A common pitfall for pharmacists when dating multidose vials is failure to pay attention to the manufacturer’s expiration date.For example, purified protein derivative, a tuberculosis test reagent, expires soon after use, Pate says.Insulin can also expire within a month after opening if stored outside of a refrigerator, but it can last longer if stored properly.This prevents waste and helps keep the hospital’s costs down, he says.
Kaiser Permanente has done this for almost 30 years, Pate says.
And what is the impact on a human baby being injected with another fetus’s (possibly of a different sex) cells?
Is it possible that the baby’s body may think they are foreign and attack them?
Cells released by trypsin digestion of the lung tissue were used for the primary culture. A thymidine labelling index of 86% was obtained after recovery. This culture of WI-38 is an expansion from passage 9 frozen cells obtained from the submitter.” Source: Coriell Institute for Medical Research Sooooo, if I am reading this right, two of the ingredients in vaccines that we give babies, toddlers and children, contain aborted fetal cell from the 1960s? I don’t think I was INFORMED of that prior to my child receiving said vaccines, were you??
What is more troubling to me than that (along with the moral, ethical and religious ramifications) is that the information provided about these cells is very limited, meaning if they were “tested” to be safe and healthy in the 1960s, are they necessarily safe and healthy cells in today’s world?