CDC and Georgia Poison Center Study Way to Prevent Medication Poisonings in Young Children
"...the number of emergency department (ED) visits due to children getting into medicines is rising, with more than 60,000 young children brought to an ED every year because they got into medicines while an adult wasn’t looking. CDC worked with the Georgia Poison Center on the first study to examine how effective devices called flow restrictors—adapters added to the necks of liquid medicine bottles to limit the amount of liquid that can come out of the bottle, even when turned upside down, shaken, or squeezed—can be for preventing young children from getting into liquid medicines."... Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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