Buckle your lap and shoulder belts. Air bags are designed to work in conjunction with seat belts.
If your car has adjustable shoulder-belt anchors, slide your anchor down as far as is comfortable.
Children under age 12 should ride in the back seat. Children younger than 8 should ride in an age-appropriate car seat or booster. Older children should use lap and shoulder belts.
Infants in rear-facing child seats should never ride in the front seat.
Tacrolimus Topical ointment
Tacrolimus Solution for injection
Tacrolimus Oral capsule
Fluconazole Oral tablet
Sargramostim Solution for injection
Filgrastim (E. coli) Solution for injection
Idarubicin Hydrochloride Solution for injection
Imatinib Mesylate Oral tablet
Cytarabine Solution for injection
Hydroxyurea Oral capsule
Mitoxantrone Hydrochloride Solution for injection
Mechlorethamine Hydrochloride Solution for injection
Busulfan Oral tablet
Interferon Alfa-2a (E. Coli) Solution for injection
Fluconazole Oral suspension
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