Codeine poisonings plummet

More research has confirmed a drop in codeine-related poisonings following the controversial upschedule The rescheduling of all codeine-containing products as prescription-only medications from 1 February 2018 is associated with a 53% drop in codeine-related presentations at a major Brisbane hospital’s toxicology unit, according to the authors of research published by the Medical Journal of Australia.

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