The following resources are designed to help patients both during the office visit and when they return home. You can also order preprinted patient education handouts, pediatric samples, and other helpful resources on a quarterly basis.
Helpful videos relating to how TYLENOL® may be an appropriate choice for your patients on aspirin heart therapy.
Video illustrating the mechanism of action of aspirin heart therapy and how medications like ibuprofen can compromise it.1
Materials for parents to understand what to expect when it comes to colds, flu, and respiratory infections, along with tips for soothing symptoms and guidelines for when to call the doctor.
Materials to help patients understand the differences between colds and the flu. Includes simple steps to reduce their risk of becoming ill and ways to get relief if they do get sick.
Highlights ways to reduce risk of catching a cold or the flu and keep germs at bay.
Convenient dosage charts for patients and professionals with important instructions for proper use of both adult and pediatric products.
Pediatric dosing chart includes the 160 mg single-strength Children’s TYLENOL® Chewable tablets. Includes an In-Office Reminder Card you can post to keep acetaminophen dosing change top of mind for your practice.
Resources for patients with osteoarthritis (OA), including a helpful weight loss handout to help reduce OA pain and a video for patients with OA to incorporate simple exercises as a strategy for reducing joint pain.
Helpful patient handouts including education on fever in infants, toddlers, and children, as well as fever treatment guidelines and proper methods for taking a child's temperature.
Information to help parents manage a variety of pediatric pain conditions and causes, including ear infections, infant gas, teething, sprains and strains, and skin conditions, with insights and tips for care.
Important materials outlining the proper use of acetaminophen in pain management, including instructions for administering Infants' TYLENOL®, guidelines and tips for keeping medicines out of reach of children, and how to use pain relievers safely.
Guidance on safely using today's children's analgesics—including reminders about rechecking proper doses and dosing intervals for all kids, measuring accurately, and avoiding "double-up" of active ingredients.
Reference: 1. Catella-Lawson F, Reilly MP, Kapoor SC, Cucciara AJ, DeMarco S, Tournier B, Vyas SN, FitzGerald GA, Cyclooxygenase Inhibitors and the antiplatelet effects of aspirin. N Engl J Med. 2001;345(25):1809-1817.