dasaltemelosguy Posted September 27, 2021 Share Posted September 27, 2021 Hi, I was wondering if anyone has used nitrofurazone with an organic solvent like DMSO? I have always used the latter to dissolve it (and other medications that are poorly soluble in water) prior to introducing it to the larger body of water but I was wondering if it's necessary or if others find it an asset or not? In particular, there was a suggestion that it may increase the efficacy of solvation such that the dosage may change from the default in water to needing less as it's near 100% solubility with DMSO. That would suggest that "poor solubility" of some medications (nitrofurazone in this case) is factored into the dosing recommendations. Does anyone know if this is true or not? Not that using less is the goal but if it does indeed increase the efficacy, I am concerned the dosage may then be different with a greater percentage of dissolved medication? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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