Prevent Mix-Ups With Drugs Used "Off-Label"

About 1 in 5 Rxs are written for an "off-label" use...such as a medical condition or age group that's not in the FDA-approved labeling.

For example, gabapentin is approved for seizures...but may be prescribed off-label for fibromyalgia or hiccups.

Clonidine is approved for high blood pressure...but you might see it prescribed for ADHD, hot flashes, or several other issues.

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