[Pharmwaste] Re: chemo drug toilet tablets?

Gressitt, Stevan Stevan.Gressitt at maine.gov
Tue Dec 1 07:38:13 EST 2009


Something is missing here...please look at aquatic toxicity for this?
http://www.uni-koeln.de/med-fak/physiologie/np/Mitomycin_DSDS_GB_100498.
pdf 

 

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Subject: [Pharmwaste] Re: chemo drug toilet tablets?

 

Dear Jen Jackson,

 

I'm not sure for Great Britain, but in France, one drug is distributed
with precise instructions to patients for limiting diffusion through
private toilets. In facts, oxidiser should be used and this tablet is
probably something like calcium hypochlorite

This drug is named "Ametycine" in France and it is endovesical
mitomycin.

 

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Ju Mullot (with help)

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