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label

a paper or plastic attachment to a product, or part of the product's PACKAGING, which provides information about the product.
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Patient's safety information available on drug package inserts used in neuroanesthesia.
According to the package insert, a dosage reduction of 50% is recommended for desvenlafaxine and venlafaxine.
The patient package insert, together with the label, provides the patient with key information concerning the proper use of the product, potential adverse reactions and interactions, storage conditions and the expiry date.
For example, the original package insert for the chicken pox (varicella) vaccine listed fractured leg as an adverse event, because one recipient of the varicella vaccine broke his or her leg within 42 days after receiving the vaccine, he said.
Vaccination providers should follow instructions in package inserts regarding proper administration.
One major source of information for tertiary literature sources, such as drug monographs, is the FDA-approved package insert.
This description also appears on the package inserts of the two commercially available IUDs, in recognition of the fact that they can prevent pregnancy by prefertilization and postfertilization mechanisms.
Cipla Medpro said their request for a new package insert was made in October 2002, after the company was alerted to a Medinfo press release entitled 'Suicide alert issued on malaria drug'.
Other package insert updates include the addition of reported TB incidence in clinical studies in the adverse reactions section.
The letter from Roche noted that none of the Tamiflu on the market contains package inserts with the incorrect dosage chart.
Prescription drug package inserts will soon have a new format that U.
By improving the package insert to make it more useful for health care providers in their clinical practices," he notes, "we are making it easier for them to explain the benefits and risks of medications for their patients.