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Liver failure can result from an unintentional overdosage of what over-the-counter pain reliever?

A acetaminophen

Acetaminophen can result in liver failure when taken at higher than recommended doses or used in combination with alcohol. Patients should take no more than 4,000 mg per day; recommended doses may be lower for some patient groups (e.g., older adults, patients with pre-existing liver problems). Aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen are more likely to cause kidney damage than liver damage.

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Sarah Hanlin

2 years ago

It seems the first test of 45 questions is all that free. To access more it is $7.99

Liz Calame

2 years ago

Watch out! Pro version is a subscription.


2 years ago

I saw the categories on this app and this doesn't match the new ptcb blueprint. Sterlie compounding isn't even on the ptcb exam and same with billing and reimbursement.

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