acetaminophen (oral, rectal)

acetaminophen (oral, rectal) is a topic covered in the Davis's Drug Guide.

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General

acetaminophen (oral, rectal)

Pronunciation:
a-seet-a-min-oh-fen


Trade Name(s)

  • Abenol Canadian Tradename
  • Acephen
  • Acet Canadian Tradename
  • Children Feverhalt Canadian Tradename
  • Fortolin Canadian Tradename
  • Infant's Feverall
  • Pediaphen Canadian Tradename
  • Pediatrix Canadian Tradename
  • Taminol Canadian Tradename
  • Tempra Canadian Tradename
  • Tylenol

acetaminophen (intravenous)

Trade Name(s)

  • Ofirmev

Ther. Class.
antipyretics
nonopioid analgesics

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General

acetaminophen (oral, rectal)

Pronunciation:
a-seet-a-min-oh-fen


Trade Name(s)

  • Abenol Canadian Tradename
  • Acephen
  • Acet Canadian Tradename
  • Children Feverhalt Canadian Tradename
  • Fortolin Canadian Tradename
  • Infant's Feverall
  • Pediaphen Canadian Tradename
  • Pediatrix Canadian Tradename
  • Taminol Canadian Tradename
  • Tempra Canadian Tradename
  • Tylenol

acetaminophen (intravenous)

Trade Name(s)

  • Ofirmev

Ther. Class.
antipyretics
nonopioid analgesics

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