Remember "One Shake, Two Shake" With Reconstituted Oral Meds

Mishaps with oral powders for reconstitution can lead to overdoses or treatment failures.

In a recent case, a mother noticed her child's ADHD med, Quillivant XR suspension, was much thicker than normal.

The pharmacist found that only half of the required water was used to reconstitute the med.

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