FDA actions

November 2011
Travel Medicine Advisor;Nov2011 Supplement, p2
The article focuses on the several actions taken by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) including issuing a warning concerning the risk for arrhythmia linked with the ondansetron, removal of epinephrine inhaler from the market, and approving infliximab for treating ulcerative colitis.


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