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Hexalol

precautions

What should I know regarding pregnancy, nursing and administering Hexalol to children or the elderly?

If you are:

Pregnant:

Only When Necessary: IV USE MAY PRODUCE TACHYCARDIA IN FETUS

Only When Necessary

FDB Contraindicated or Not Recommended: SALICYLATES NOT RECOMMENDED ESPECIALLY IN 3RD TRIMESTER/NEAR TERM

Only When Necessary: CATEGORY D IN BRIGGS IF USED INTRAAMINOTICALLY

Only When Necessary: NO SINGLE INGREDIENT DATA. FDA CATEGORY C IN COMBINATION PRODUCT.

Nursing:

Absolute Contraindication: ONE REPORT OF METABOL ACIDOSIS W/ASA;RISK OF REYE'S SYN W/VIRAL ILLNESS/FEVER

Precaution

Precaution: TRACE AMT EXCRETED,NOT RECOM PER MFR;NEONATES SENSITIVE TO ANTICHLOLINERGICS

Precaution: INSUFFICIENT DATA AVAILABLE

Precaution: INSUFFICIENT DATA AVAILABLE; SHOULD NOT BE USED IF INFANT HAS G6PD DEFICIENCY

Precaution: NO DATA AVAILABLE.

An adult over 60:

Precaution: MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO TOXIC EFFECTS; MAY NEED TO REDUCE DOSE

Precaution: (BEERS) ANTICHOLINERGIC: SEDATION, COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT, GLAUCOMA

Precaution: (BEERS)(SOM) HIGH ANTICHOLINERGIC RISK: SEDATION/CONFUSION/CONSTIP.

Giving Hexalol to a child under 12:

Warning: INFANTS AND CHILDREN ARE MORE SENSITIVE TO ANTICHOLINERGIC EFFECTS.

Absolute Contraindication: DO NOT USE IN VIRAL ILLNESS; POSSIBLE INCREASED RISK OF REYE SYNDROME.

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