The FDA advisory panel also recommends that infant acetaminophen should be labeled only for fever reduction in children age 2 and under, but labels may recommend acetaminophen for both fever and pain in children age 2 and older, WebMD reported.
The panel also advises the FDA to:
-- Require infant acetaminophen bottles have instructions for children ages 6 months to 2 years. Current labels warn parents of the danger of fever in children age 2 and under and instruct them to call a doctor.
-- Require liquid acetaminophen manufacturers to make it harder for children to take an accidental overdose.
-- Require liquid acetaminophen bottles to be accompanied with measuring devices clearly marked in milliliters.
-- Require all pill forms of acetaminophen for children to come in the same concentration.
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