Reflux Medication Found Safe in Infants Studied
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- Propulsid is a drug used to treat reflux, a condition that causes babies to spit up frequently.
- The drug is currently under review by the FDA for heart rhythm irregularities in adults taking the drug, but a new study shows that it does not cause these problems in infants.
- Careful prescribing and patient education are key factors in administering the drug safely to babies.
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