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Quick reference medical handouts used by Pediatric offices


Is Acetaminophen the same medication as aspirin?
    
No! Acetaminophen (a seat-o-men-o-fin) is chemically completely different from aspirin and the two should not be confused. Acetaminophen is the most common medication parents use to treat fever. It is also good for aches and pains. There are different brands of acetaminophen including PANADOL, TYLENOL, TEMPRA, and LIQUIPRIN. Some are alcohol free (LIQUIPRIN, TEMPRA) and some are both alcohol-free and sugar-free (PANADOL). It is also present in combination with decongestants (which we recommend parents not use) Remember, acetaminophen can be poisonous if taken in overdose so please keep it safely out of your child's reach.

 

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