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FDA Drug Safety Communication Prescription Acetaminophen

11/21/2014
07:26 | Author: Emily Peterson

Acetaminophen with codeine #3 tablets dosage
FDA Drug Safety Communication Prescription Acetaminophen

Advise patients not to exceed the acetaminophen maximum total daily dose (4 grams/day). 3, Acetaminophen; Codeine Phosphate, Tablet; Oral, 300mg; 30mg.

Safety Announcement Additional Information for Patients Additional Information for Healthcare Professionals Data Summary and Discussion List of Marketed Acetaminophen-Containing Prescription Products References Safety Announcement.

Additional Information for Patients.

These actions will help to reduce the risk of severe liver injury and allergic reactions associated with acetaminophen.

: This list was accurate at the time this Drug Safety Communication was published on ; however, it is no longer accurate.

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Acetaminophen - Family Practice Notebook

11/20/2014
05:08 | Author: Alex Watson

Acetaminophen with codeine #3 tablets dosage
Acetaminophen - Family Practice Notebook

2 days ago Avoid overdosage of the Acetaminophen component at all cost (err on the Acetaminophen-Codeine #3 300-30mg Tablets, #30 for $15.99.

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