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Percentage of each age group exposed to veterinary pharmaceutical products by exposure circumstance. a n = 1333 due to exclusion of 98 cases where circumstances were not specified.
Characteristics of Calls to the Central Ohio Poison Center for Exposure to Veterinary Pharmaceutical Products Among Children ≤19 Years, 1999 to 2013
↵a Not followed, judged as nontoxic exposures (clinical effects not expected) or minimal clinical effects possible (no more than minor effect possible).
↵b Unable to follow, judged as a potentially toxic exposure.
Substance Categories Recorded During Calls to the Central Ohio Poison Center for Exposure to Veterinary Pharmaceutical Products Among Children ≤ 19 Years, 1999 to 2013
↵a Includes pharmaceutical products, such as flea and heartworm medication, or other pharmaceutical products that are label-approved for veterinary use but have no label-approved human equivalents.
↵b Includes vaccines, medicated shampoos, chemotherapeutic, and nonpharmaceutical products.
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