Antitussives ABCD Tip

by Cathy Parkes July 13, 2020

Antitussives ABCD Tip

ABCD =
Antitussives include
Benzonatate,
Codeine,
Dextromethorphan.

To learn more, check out our video on repiratory medications - corticosteroids, leukotriene, and antitussives.



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