, commonly referred to as the "Do Not Crush" list, contains medications that should not be crushed because of their special pharmaceutical formulations or characteristics, such as oral dosage forms that are sustained-release in nature. Mucous membrane irritation; Note: drug may cause fetal abnormalities; women who are, or may become, pregnant, should not handle capsules; all women should use caution in handling capsules, especially leaking capsules a: Capsule may be opened and the contents taken without chewing or crushing; soft food such as applesauce or pudding may facilitate administration; contents may generally be administered via NG tube using an appropriate fluid provided entire contents are washed down the tube. b: Liquid dosage forms of the product are available; however, dose, frequency of administration, and manufacturers may differ from that of the solid dosage form. c: Antacids and/or milk may prematurely dissolve the coating of the tablet. d: Capsule may be opened and the liquid contents removed for administration. e: The taste of this product in a liquid form would likely be unacceptable to the patient; administration via NG tube should be acceptable. f: Effervescent tablets must be dissolved in the amount of diluent recommended by the manufacturer. Hosta 'Climax' unlike its parent, 'High Noon' does not have yellow leaves but they have a nice, soft, green leaves with creamy edges. Leaves have a nice venation and it is moderately wrinkled. In the second half of the summer the clump is decorated with lavender flowers. 'Afternoon Delight' is very similar /the same cultivar. How to grow hostas Save light shade to shade place in your garden to plant hostas. Filtered sun is best for the colorful varieties to reach their full color contrast. The green and blue hostas are the most shade-tolerant. Usually the yellow cultivars are the most sun-tolerant. The most dangerous is a direct sunshine, especially hot afternoon sun. This is the most critical where temperatures are high.
This list includes medications that should not be crushed because of their. Slow-release; Note crushing, chewing, or dissolving tablets can. It can be difficult to get your child — or maybe even yourself — to take. To camouflage the bitter taste of medicine, crush or empty out capsules and mix them.