Why is there an expiration date on Lidoderm patches? What happens to the drug after that certain amount of time? Is it simply ineffective or does it undergo some chemical transformation which makes it dangerous to use?
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1 answer • 17 Sep 2009
A Lidoderm patch was applied to the knee of a 95-year-old woman with reddened skin from surgical repair of a broken knee cap. She was also taking ...
1 answer • 23 Jul 2010
my brother was on the fetnal patch until it got recalled. he broke his back in four places and got addictid to them and know they put him on lidaerim ...
2 answers • 25 Nov 2010
Elderly lady has people coming in to apply patch but but not always around 12 hrs later. Plus... patient wants to use it continuously.
3 answers • 26 Aug 2013
i just picked up several boxes of the lidocaine patches and only one is sealed.
1 answer • 26 Oct 2013