A Prescription Agent
CALDOLOR is an ethical pharmaceutical that has been approved and is regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). CALDOLOR can be obtained only by prescription from a licensed healthcare provider after diligent disclosure by the healthcare provider.
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CALDOLOR in vials must be diluted prior to use. Infusion of the drug product in the vial without dilution can cause hemolysis. CALDOLOR in the vial should not be given as an IV bolus or IM injection.1
CALDOLOR is also available in a ready-to-use bag that requires no dilution prior to use.1