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US FDA Seeks Withdrawal Of Injectable Bacitracin Despite Extensive Off-Label Use

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Injectable bacitracin, often used as a surgical irrigant, carries serious risks of nephrotoxicity and anaphylaxis; product is no longer prescribed for its lone approved indication in pediatric pneumonia. FDA’s decision aligns with advisory committee recommendations in 1984 and 2019.

 

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