I was recently looking at how long can Remdesivir be stored in its different forms.
What caught my eye was the fact that after you reconstitute Remdesivir with sterile water you cannot store it at all! The manual and articles provided by numerous sources all say the same thing. they clearly state that you should use the reconstituted solution right away, meaning combine it with a NaCl serum. The serum then can be stored for up to 48 hours inside the fridge (no more than that).
Of course, I am not a medical professional and will not advise anyone to do anything other than what has been said inside the manual, however, I'm still curious as to how accurate this information is. specifically:
Will Remdisivir reconstituted with sterile water inside its vial "Go bad" when stored in the refrigerator for a week or two?
If so, how does it do so?
What can you do to store reconstituted drug (e.g: Remdesivir) vials for later use? (e.g: wanting to use the drug for a longer period but at a lower daily dose)