In Brief: OTC drug interaction labeling
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
OTC drug interaction labeling: FDA Oct. 4 Federal Register notice would permit labeling to shorten the format for interaction warnings. The current required drug interaction precaution begins with the statement "Drug interaction precaution" followed by "Do not use this product." Under the proposed format, the words "`Drug interaction precaution' would no longer be needed and the precaution would begin with `Do not use with' and could be followed by `a prescription drug for....'" FDA says that "this approach would shorten the required labeling without changing the meaning," the agency notes. Written comments on the proposed rule are due by Jan. 2. The proposed modification would serve as an additional alternative to interchangeable terms previously suggested by the agency in August 1994 ("The Tan Sheet" Aug. 8, 1994, p. 7)...
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