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Bar Codes Still Required For Hospital OTCs With Low Error Rates, FDA States

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Medications with low rates of error will not be exempt from bar code labeling requirements for Rx drugs and OTCs dispensed under order in a hospital, FDA stated in a FDL-1draft guidance published in the Federal Register June 7

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