Medication errors common in schools

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Poisonings exposures in children and adolescents at school are relatively common, new research has found… and medication errors account for a significant number of cases The data, from the University of Sydney, found that the most common pharmaceutical exposures were to paracetamol, the ADHD medications methylphenidate and clonidine, and ibuprofen, the majority being deliberate self-poisoning.

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