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Acetaminophen: Rectal suppository

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ACETAMINOPHEN (a set a MEE noe fen) is a pain reliever. It is used to treat mild pain and fever.

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Drugs Related by Class to Acetaminophen: Rectal suppository
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Class Name : Analgesics with and without Antipyretic Activity

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Acephen: Rectal suppository  |  Anacin Aspirin Free: Oral tablet  |  Bayer Advanced Aspirin: Oral tablet  |  Bayer Aspirin Extra Strength: Oral tablet  |  Bayer Aspirin Plus: Oral tablet  |  Bayer Aspirin Regimen: Oral tablet, gastro-resistant  |  Bayer Aspirin: Chewable tablet  |  Bayer Aspirin: Oral tablet  |  Bayer Children's Aspirin: Chewable tablet  |  Bayer Extra Strength Plus: Oral tablet  |  Bayer Extra Strength: Oral tablet  |  Bayer Genuine Aspirin: Oral tablet  |  Bayer Low Dose Aspirin Regimen: Oral tablet, gastro-resistant  |  Bayer Womens Aspirin: Oral tablet  |  Bufferin Extra Strength: Oral tablet  |  Bufferin Low Dose: Oral tablet  |  Bufferin: Oral tablet  |  Ecotrin: Oral tablet, gastro-resistant  |  ElixSure Fever/Pain: Oral solution  |  Feverall: Rectal suppository  |  Ofirmev: Solution for injection  |  St. Joseph Adult Low Strength: Oral tablet, gastro-resistant  |  St. Joseph Aspirin: Chewable tablet  |  Triaminic Fever Reducer and Pain Reliever: Oral solution  |  Triaminic Infant Fever Reducer and Pain Reliever: Oral solution  |  Tylenol 8 Hour: Oral tablet, biphasic release  |  Tylenol Arthritis Pain: Oral tablet, biphasic release  |  Tylenol Arthritis Pain: Oral tablet, extended release  |  Tylenol Children's: Chewable tablet  |  Tylenol Children's: Oral disintegrating tablet  |  Tylenol Children's: Oral suspension  |  Tylenol CrushableTablet: Oral tablet  |  Tylenol Extra Strength: Oral solution  |  Tylenol Extra Strength: Oral tablet  |  Tylenol Infants': Oral drops, solution  |  Tylenol Infants': Oral suspension  |  Tylenol Junior Strength: Oral disintegrating tablet  |  Tylenol: Oral tablet
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