(M)SDS Overview

Use the search box at the top right of the site to search for safety data sheets (SDS). To locate the SDS for a specific product, enter part of the product name, filter the search using the check boxes, then click on the magnifying glass.

US OSHA—Hazard Communication—Change to Safety Data Sheets

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Hazard Communication Standard (29CFR1910.1200) requires manufacturers to prepare Safety Data Sheets for chemical products that are considered “hazardous” according to the regulation. For a chemical or formulation to be hazardous under OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, it must present either a physical hazard or health hazard.

On June 1, 2015 OSHA’s revised Hazard Communication Standard became effective. The Hazard Communication Standard now requires chemical manufacturers, distributors, or importers to provide new Safety Data Sheets, formerly known as Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), in a revised uniform format that includes standardized section numbers and headings.

All Hospira products which require a Safety Data Sheet under the regulation have been revised and updated to the new SDS format. For the purposes of hazard communication, the term MSDS and SDS are used interchangeably on our product catalog during this transition period.

Products Not Requiring Safety Data Sheet

The list below identifies those Hospira products that do not meet OSHA's "hazardous" chemical classification. Safety data sheets have not been prepared for the products listed below.


4 Trace Elements Injection Manganese Chloride Injection
Acetic Acid Irrigation Mannitol Injection
Aminosyn™ (An Amino Acid Injection) Medical Devices
Aminosyn™ in Dextrose Injection Normosol™ Injection
Ascorbic Acid Injection Physiosol™ Irrigation
Balanced Salt Solution Potassium Acetate Injection
Calcium Gluconate Injection Potassium Chloride in Dextrose and Sodium Chloride Injection
Cardioplegic Solution (Plegisol™) Potassium Chloride in Dextrose Injection
Chromic Chloride Injection Potassium Chloride in Lactated
Cupric Chloride Injection Potassium Chloride in Sodium Chloride Injection
Dextran in Dextrose Injection Potassium Chloride Injection
Dextran in Sodium Chloride Injection Ringer's and Dextrose Injection
Dextrose and Lactated Ringer's Injection Ringer's Injection
Dextrose and Ringer's Injection Ringer's Irrigation
Dextrose and Sodium Chloride Injection Sodium Acetate Injection
Dextrose Injection Sodium Bicarbonate Injection
Elliott’s Solution A Sodium Chloride Injection
Glycine Irrigation Sodium Chloride Irrigation
Hetastarch in Sodium Chloride Injection Sodium Lactate Injection
Hextend™ - 6% Hetastarch in Lactated Electrolyte Injection Sodium Phosphates Injection
Ionosol™ and Dextrose Injection Sorbitol-Mannitol Irrigation
Lactated Ringer's Injection Sterile Water for Injection
Lactated Ringer's Irrigation Sterile Water for Irrigation
Liposyn™ (I.V. Fat Emulsion) Theophylline in Dextrose Injection
LMD in Dextrose Injection Voluven 6% Hydroxyethyl Starch Solution
LMD in Sodium Chloride Injection Zinc Chloride Injection


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The information contained in these data sheets is based on the data available to Hospira as of the posting on this web site of this information, and is believed to be accurate based upon that data as of such time. This information is provided independently of any sale of the products, for purpose of hazard communication. It is not intended to constitute product performance information, and no express or implied warranty of any kind is made with respect to the product, underlying data or the information contained herein.