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What is the amount of H2O2 in 250cc IV solution?

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Amount of H2O2 in 250cc IV Solution   by Jackdaw   17 year

This is from Curezone use of H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) IV page.
To prepare the IV (intravenous) solutions, Dr. Farr begins with 30% H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) of USP food or cosmetic grade. Thirty percent H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) is a powerful oxidizer and should be handled with extreme caution.

The 30% solution is diluted with equal amounts of sterile distilled water to make a 15% stock solution. The stock solution is passed through a Millipore 0.22mm medium flow filter for sterilization and removal of particulate matter. The stock solution is stored in 100 ml sterile containers and kept refrigerated for future use.

His infusion solutions are then prepared using sterile 5% dextrose in water. The addition of 1/4 ml sterile of the 15% H2O2 stock solution to each 100 ml of carrier solution produces a 0.0375% concentration that is finally used for the intravenous infusions.

According to my calculations this would equal 3.125 ml of 3% per 250 ml of distilled water. But I am not sure that my calculations are correct so someone who may be better in math could probably help.

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Amount of H2O2 in 250cc IV Solution   by white tiger   17 year

amount of h2o2 in 250cc IV solution
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