What is a Boxed Warning?A boxed warning alerts health care providers and consumers to increased risk of serious adverse reactions associated with use of a drug or to restrictions on use of a drug. The boxed warning is one of the FDA's most stringent warnings for drugs and medical devices on the market. Black box warnings, or boxed warnings, alert the public and health care providers to serious side effects, such as injury or death.
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Boxed Warning Drug ListThis is based on an OpenFDA drug label pull, not to be used by medical professionals