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Consumers Filling U.S. Prescriptions Abroad May Get the Wrong Active Ingredient Because of Confusing Drug Names.
FDA Public Health Advisory [US Food and Drug Administration Web site]. January 2006.
This U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory alerts clinicians and consumers to potential mistakes in prescriptions purchased abroad. The advisory includes a table of medications known to contain different active ingredients when purchased outside the United States.