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Heparin labels change May 1

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As of May 1, manufacturers of Heparin Sodium Injection, USP and Heparin Lock Flush Solution, USP are required to use labels that reflect the total drug content. Although the change is designed to prevent medication errors, for a time, both current and revised labels may appear, heightening the risk of error. Read more.

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