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PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — AccuDial Pharmaceutical earlier this year introduced five SKUs across its Children’s AccuDial Acetaminophen Oral Suspension, featuring one of the only weight-based dosing acetaminophen products with an interactive, rotating label. The single-ingredient products, indicated to help reduce fever in children, are timely for the coming cough-cold season. Children's AccuDial Acetaminophen Oral Suspension will retail for a suggested $4.99 and is available in five flavors: grape, dye-free cherry, cherry, bubble gum and strawberry.
AccuDial is set apart by its easy-to-use dosing system that helps parents consistently identify the proper dosing of acetaminophen. Parents dial their children’s weight in pounds and the label shows the most accurate dose of acetaminophen. This label technology takes the guess work out of dosing and helps reduce dosing errors.
In a recent study conducted by Concentric Research, 97% of parents who used AccuDial were confident they administered the correct amount of medication.