Transdermal patches that administer medication through the skin can be dangerous and even deadly if children get their hands on them, according to government records. There are about 60 different kinds of drugs sold as patches in the United States, and they contain medications such as nicotine, painkillers and birth control hormones. Users simply apply the patches to the skin and then discard them after use. The patches work relatively well to deliver medication into the bloodstream without having to be swallowed or received intravenously. However, problems arise when those patches – used or new – get in contact with ... Read More
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