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Epanutin Infatabs 50mg Chewable Tablets (phenytoin)

22 Oct 2012

This information is for people who live in the UK.

Pfizer, the company that makes Epanutin Infatabs 50mg Chewable Tablets (phenytoin), have provided new information about the instructions for taking your Infatabs.

The old information said to chew or swallow them whole with plenty of water.

The new information instructs you to chew your infatab tablet before swallowing.

Your pharmacist should give you a letter about this when you get your Infatab prescription.

If you have any questions, your pharmacist or your doctor will be able to help you. Your pharmacist can contact Pfizer Medical Information at the following address for more information: Medical Information, Pfizer Limited, Walton Oaks, Dorking Road, Tadworth, Surrey KT20 7NS, United Kingdom or call 01304 616 161.

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