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In Brief: Ketoprofen child-resistant packaging

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Ketoprofen child-resistant packaging: Consumer Products Safety Commission final rule requiring packages containing over 50 mg ketoprofen to use child-resistant packaging published in the May 28 Federal Register. CPSC voted in favor of the rule in November ("The Tan Sheet" Nov. 18, 1996, p. 4). Effective Nov. 24, the final rule applies to ketoprofen products packaged on or after that date. Only two such products are marketed over-the-counter: American Home Products' Orudis KT and Bayer's Actron. Both companies already provide child-resistant packaging...
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