One product we would warn our hospital partners to keep an eye on is Leucovorin Calcium Lyophilized Powder for Injection. There are three manufactures of Leucovorin; Teva, APP and Bedford.
That said, Beford made up the vast majority of the supply, in various sizes. 350mg vial being the most widely used.
50 mg vial, 10 count (NDC 55390-0051-10)
100 mg vial, 10 count (NDC 55390-0052-10)
200 mg vial, 1 count (NDC 55390-0053-01)
350 mg vial, 1 count (NDC 55390-0054-01)
Teva and APP make;
500 mg vial, 1 count (NDC 63323-0711-00)
100 mg vial, 1 count (NDC 00703-5140-01)
Pharmagen would recommend to all hospitals to coordinate with their primary wholesaler on how to maintain supply because there is no solution on the horizon.
According to ASHP
While Sicor does also make a 350mg, the question is weather or not they'll be overwhelmed with orders?