Trimetazidine - NDSRI's


Frequently Asked Questions

Impurities in Trimetazidine can be a concern because they can affect the medication's quality, safety, and efficacy. Some impurities may be toxic or have undesirable effects on the body, potentially causing adverse reactions or reducing the effectiveness of the treatment.

In analytical techniques, water is used as a solvent to separate and detect Trimetazidine impurities.

Impurities in Trimetazidine are substances that can be present in the medication due to various factors such as the manufacturing process, storage conditions, or degradation. These impurities can include degradation products, residual solvents, or other related compounds that are not the desired active ingredient.

Trimetazidine Impurities should be stored at a controlled room temperature between 2-8°C or as indicated on the Certificate of Analysis (CoA).

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