Studies conducted in young animals and children suggest repeated or prolonged use of general anesthetic or sedation drugs in children younger than 3 years may have negative effects on their developing brains. Discuss with parents and caregivers the benefits, risks, and timing and duration of surgery or procedures requiring anesthetic and sedation drugs [see Warnings and Precautions (5.5)].
Due to the residual anesthetic effects and the potential for drowsiness, advise patients not to drive an automobile, operate hazardous machinery, or engage in hazardous activities within 24 hours of receiving KETALAR.
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|KETALAR ketamine hydrochloride injection|
|Labeler — General Injectables & Vaccines, Inc (108250663)|
|General Injectables & Vaccines, Inc||108250663||relabel (52584-037)|
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