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J-MAX DHC

precautions

What should I know regarding pregnancy, nursing and administering J-MAX DHC to children or the elderly?

If you are:

Pregnant:

Only When Necessary

FDB Only When Necessary: NEONATAL WITHDRAWAL/RESP.DEPRESS. W/CHRONIC OR HIGH DOSE; SMALL TERATOGENIC RISK

Nursing:

Precaution: INSUFFICIENT DATA AVAILABLE

Precaution: OTHER OPIATES EXCRETED IN MILK;LONG TERM EFFECTS ON NURSING INFANT UNKNOWN

An adult over 60:

Precaution: (SOM)RISKS:HYPOTENSION/RESP.DEPRESS/URINARY RET./CONFUSION/CONSTIP.

Giving J-MAX DHC to a child under 12:

Absolute Contraindication: DO NOT USE IN PEDIATRICS <6 YEARS OF AGE UNLESS CLINICIAN CONSULTATION.

Relative Contraindication: CONTRAINDICATED ADENOID/TONSILLECTOMY. RISK W/RAPID 2D6;FATAL RESP DEPRES

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