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    A ultra-fast liquid chromatography method applied to quantitation of doripenem in powder for injection was validated. Validation parameters were assayed and a rapid analysis was established by a reversed-phase system comprising a C18 column endcapped (50 × 4.0 mm, 2.0 μm), mobile phase consisting of phosphoric acid 0.01% (pH 3.8) and acetonitrile (98:02, v/v) and a flow rate of 0.4 mL min-1 . Drug stability was studied through submission to forced conditions, allowing the major degradation products to be detected and the kinetics parameters to be established. Thermal and oxidative degradation were determined, and indicated a kinetic decomposition following first and second order, respectively. The main degradation products were identified by LC-MS analysis, and the results were evaluated in order to suggest the chemical structures corresponding to respective masses and fragmentations. Six compounds were identified, with m/z 411, 427, 437, 634, 650 and 664. All of them resulted from cleavage of β-lactam ring and alcoholic chain and/or dimerization. These experimental results provide valuable information about the stability of doripenem reconstituted solution and procedures for its handling and storage. Copyright © 2017 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.


    Fábio de Souza Barbosa, José Pedro Etchepare Cassol, Luiz Alcides das Chagas Batista, Everson Willian Fialho Cordeiro, Marí Castro Santos, Adriana Raffin Pohlmann, Elfrides E S Schapoval, Cássia Virginia Garcia, Andreas Sebastian Loureiro Mendez. Stability of doripenem in reconstituted solution - thermal and oxidative decomposition kinetics and degradation products by LC-MS. Biomedical chromatography : BMC. 2017 Aug;31(8)

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