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Acetaminophen

Description Acetaminophen is a common over the counter analgesic/antipyretic (TylenolŪ). It is available in many oral dosage forms and in combination with various decongestants and/or antihistamines. It is also available by prescription in combination with various opiate derivatives.Large doses of acetaminophen can produce hepatotoxicity. People who use moderate amounts of ethanol on a regular basis have a greater risk of acetaminophen-induced hepatotoxicity. 
Therapeutic Low 5.0000
Therapeutic High 50.0000
Units ug/mL 
Specimen
Half Life Low 2.00
Half Life High 3.00
VOD Low 1.00
VOD High 0.00
Toxic Level 150.000
Lethal Level 160.000
Plasma to Whole Blood ratio 0.93
Warnings Large doses of acetaminophen can produce hepatotoxicity. People who use moderate amounts of ethanol on a regular basis have a greater risk of acetaminophen-induced hepatotoxicity.Large doses of acetaminophen can produce hepatotoxicity. People who use moderate amounts of ethanol on a regular basis have a greater risk of acetaminophen-induced hepatotoxicity.