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Why cough medicines containing pholcodine can be deadly even if you took them months before surgery

By Nial Wheate, Associate Professor of the Sydney Pharmacy School, University of Sydney
Tina Hinton, Associate Professor of Pharmacology, University of Sydney
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The risk of a severe allergic reaction when pholcodine is combined with common medicines used in anaesthesia has lead to their recall in Australia.The Conversation

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