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I have a sister who was given Zofran through an iv during labor. and they said that their baby now has narcotics in her system. Is Zofran considered a narcotic?
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Info on a cough syrup called REM.It was manufactured, I believe by Maryland Pharmaceutical around the 1940's.I think it had a blue bottle with a orange circle with the name REM printed on it ## I'm sorry, but I can't find any information on this, which really isn't very surprising for that old of a product. There were also many differences back then for what were considered pharmaceutical products. Does anyone have information on this? ## my mother use to give to to us in the early 60's. ## I used it in the 1980s and it worked well. I don't tolerate the chemical ones. I remember REM had ipecac, lobelia, squills and other things...I just remember those because ipecac was used as an emetic and when I looked up lobelia and squills they were listed in an herbal book ...
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