I don't know. I haven't used that medication and I'm not certain what the dosing pen looks like. If it's Wedgewood's Twist-a-Dose pen, then there will be arrows that you line up. Wipe the tip before you start. Twist until the arrows line up again. That's one rotation. Twist around for another full rotation. It will click more than twice on each rotation. Call the pharmacist that filled this prescription if you're unclear on how to use the pen.
The Wedgewood pen is easy to use. It’s going to burp a little between doses. So wipe off any gel that trickled out since the last time. Then spin to match the arrows. Do that for two rotations. You’ll have to prime a new pen when you get it. That means you’ll keep twisting until medicine finally comes out. Then line up the arrows and wipe off that first amount. Now you’re ready to go with your new pen. 0.05 mL is not going to look like a lot. It will be enough when you have to spread it across the inner pinna.Thanks! It is wedgewood!
Depends on the density of the gel/liquid. Also depends on what size you consider a drop vs a pellet or a puddle. These are all inaccurate terms for inaccurate measures. That’s why these transdermal pens have precise dosing mechanisms so you always get an accurate amount.0.05 mL = 1 drop
mrw5641 wondered how much liquid 0.05 mL is.Depends on the density of the gel/liquid. Also depends on what size you consider a drop vs a pellet or a puddle. These are all inaccurate terms for inaccurate measures. That’s why these transdermal pens have precise dosing mechanisms so you always get an accurate amount.
Follow the instructions on the dosing pen or call Wedgewood if you have any doubts. Their call line is open 7 days a week. Their website has the number and hours. Always excellent customer service every time I’ve called.