CLINIPICS – AUGUST 2013

Look-alike drug containers

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 Figure 1: Transamine & Aqua pro injection

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Figure 2: Noctrum (midazolam) & Aqua pro injection

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Figure 3: Voren (diclofenac)  Acuron (atracurium)

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Figure 4: Lignocaine & Maxolon (metoclopramide)

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Figure 5: RANI-NIR (Ranitidine) & PARANIR (Paracetamol)

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Figure 6: Ondansetron & Tramadol*

*(Arora V, Bajwa SJ, Kaur J. Look alike drug labels : A worrying issue. Indian J Anaesth 2011;55:428)

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Figure 7: Atropine & Lignocaine

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 Figure 8: Bupicain (Bupivacaine), Lignocaine with Adrenaline & Furosemide

 

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Figure 9: Adrenaline & Nestigin (Neostigmine)

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Figure 10: Nestigin (Neostigmine) & Atropine

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Figure 11: Furosemide & Midazolam vials

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Figure 12: HEPFLUSH-10 (10 units/ml) & Heparin (1,000 units/ml)

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Figure 13: Dopram (Doxapram) & Labetalol

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Figure 14: Buprenorphine & Bumetanide (http://www.ismp.org/newsletters/acutecare/articles/20070222a.asp)

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Figure 15: Acyclovir & Acetazolamide

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Figure 16: Milrinone & Neostigmine