This study investigated pediatric characteristics such as literacy ability and finger function in Japanese subjects and examined the usefulness of child-resistant (CR) packaging technologies. The authors indicated that the CR packaging styles that rely on literacy, the ability to use tools, and the ability to perform complex operations are only applicable to children of a certain age. These results may help to adopt CR packaging for Japanese children, and may be reduce accidental drug ingestion by children in Japan.
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Released: June 01, 2017 | Volume 137 Issue 6 Pages 653-658
Examination of Factors Affecting Adverse Reactions and Dosage Reduction in UGT1A1 Genotyped Patients: A Retrospective Survey of Irinotecan
Released: February 01, 2012 | Volume 132 Issue 2 Pages 231-236
Keinosuke Okazaki, Toru Watanabe, Isao Saito, Jun-Ichiro Murayama
Metabolism and Biological Function of Cardiolipin
Released: May 01, 2013 | Volume 133 Issue 5 Pages 561-574
Mechanism of Cell Proliferation—Cell Cycle, Oncogenes, and Senescence
Released: November 01, 2006 | Volume 126 Issue 11 Pages 1087-1115
Technologies for Hair Reconstruction and Their Applicability for Pharmaceutical Research
Released: January 01, 2008 | Volume 128 Issue 1 Pages 11-20