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  • n. Common misspelling of acetaminophen.


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  • The pain and swelling might be relieved by giving ibuprofen or acetominophen prior to the vaccine.

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  • You may have never heard of it before, but it has been used for years in emergency rooms for patients who are at risk for liver damage from something they have ingested such as the common pain medication acetominophen.

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  • Symptoms uv kitteh wif aspirin toxicity: hyperventilation an cardiovascular collapse acetominophen tylenol hard on goggies, shud onlee use if vet sez.

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  • The ibuprofen and acetominophen are sufficiently different drugs that by alternating, you can effectively double the dose of fever-reducer without risking the toxicity of twice as much of one or the other.

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  • The opioid is great, but you can only take so much acetominophen without damaging your liver.

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  • Assuming that your vicodin is really hydrocodone, you are taking acetominophen in every pill.

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  • I mean the over-the-counter medications -- it's actually the Tylenol, the acetominophen that's complexed in with many of the over-the-counter sleeping medication that would be terribly dangerous.

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  • On the medication side, have unexpired bottles of aspirin, acetominophen, naproxen sodium or ibuprofen, triple antibiotic cream, sterile gauze, pepto-bismol, and have bleach and a quaternary disinfectant on hand.

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  • So I went to the pharmacy in search of a decongestant that I had no acetominophen in it.

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  • But there's a problem with TheraFlu, and every other cold remedy on the planet, because what they use for a painkiller is acetominophen.

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