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    Pseudoeph-Guaifen-Acetaminophn Tablet

    precautions

    What should I know regarding pregnancy, nursing and administering Pseudoeph-Guaifen-Acetaminophn Tablet to children or the elderly?

    If you are:

    Pregnant:

    Only When Necessary: FDA C W/COMBO PROD; POSS RISK OF GASTROSCHISIS/SIA WITH 1ST TRIMESTER EXPOSURE

    Only When Necessary:

    Nursing:

    No Known Risk: LOW LEVELS EXCRETED WITH LOW RISK FOR ADVERSE EFFECTS IN INFANT

    Precaution: MAY DECREASE MILK SUPPLY, AND CAUSE IRRITABILITY

    Precaution: INSUFFICIENT DATA AVAILABLE

    An adult over 60:

    management or monitoring precaution: Cardiovascular-Elderly are more sensitive to tachycardia and hypertensive effects. May exacerbate symptomatic coronary insufficiency. Genitourinary-May cause urinary retention. Neuro/Psych-May worsen cognitive impairment in some elderly with dementia. Insomnia risk.

    management or monitoring precaution: Hepatic-Elderly are more susceptible to hepatotoxicity. Strict adherence to a maximum daily dose of 3000mg is advised.

    Giving pseudoeph-guaifen-acetaminophn tablet to a child under 12:

    management or monitoring precaution: Use weight based dosing in children less than 12 years.

    management or monitoring precaution: Consult clinician for use in pediatrics age < 12 years.

    Contraindication: High risk of adverse CNS effects. Not recommended for use age < 6 years.

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