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Draft Pediatric Acetaminophen Guidance Drills Down With Details To Cut Overdose Risk

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

FDA outlines previous recommendations to reduce the risk of pediatric overdose with acetaminophen products due either to unsupervised ingestion or therapeutic errors, with greater detail on delivery devices and labeling information for pediatric acetaminophen OTCs.

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