Liquid medications – particularly those intended for children – can be confusing. Parents have to translate measurement abbreviations and juggle small medicine cups, often cocking their heads sideways to gauge whether the liquid reaches the correct line of measurement. Needless to say, this complication has led to dosing errors. A new study published in the journal Pediatrics suggests that these dosing errors in administering liquid medication to children could be greatly reduced – by as much as four times – if the medication were measured using oral syringes. The study found that the largest percentage of parents – 21 percent ... Read More
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