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FDA, once stood for the Food & Drug Administration, now stands for the Fentanyl & Dilaudid Administration.

FDA Approvals

  1. On September 26, 2013, the FDA approved the "Afternoon-After" pill, formally known as Plan Deal-With-It-Later (whaeneverorgestrel).[1]
  2. On October 21, 2014, the FDA approved Furosesonerolaquinox - which is a combination of Lasix, Solu-Medrol, albuterol, Levaquin, and Lovenox - for the treatment of shortness of breath.[2]
  3. On March 22, 2015, the FDA approved the H-Vape 86 or Ativan diffuser for inpatient hospital use in order to help offset the difficulties of yelling patients, high patient-to-nurse ratios, and patients who are relentless with the call light.[3]
  4. On April 30, 2015, the FDA announced the development of a breakthrough medication for the treatment of status dramaticus called normale saline, which is best given by a fast push then walking away.[4]
  5. On June 19, 2015, the FDA approved the drug Nomega, being the first medication on the market to have absolutely no adverse or therapeutic effects.[5]
  6. On June 24, 2015, the FDA approved a prosthetic robotic penis to help treat erectile dysfunction.[6]
  7. On April 18, 2015, the FDA approved Merck's Priapic (mycoxaflopin) for the treatment of both bacterial infections and male impotence.[7]
  8. On August 21, 2015, the FDA approved OxyContin for children under the condition that they are "yay high."[8]
  9. On July 20, 2016, the FDA granted approval for Bovie to cut government red tape.[9]
  10. On January 28, 2017, the FDA approved a postmortem chemotherapy to be administered up to 5 years after a patient's death.[10]

FDA Bans

  1. On April 7, 2014, the FDA banned insulin after data conclusively showed that insulin was associated with heart disease, obesity, retinopathy, nephropathy, and neuropathy.[11]
  2. On August 2, 2015, the FDA banned the production and use of any narcotic that contains the letter D or a vowel in it in a hope to curb the opioid crisis.[12]

Fun Facts

Did you know the the letters F, D, and A are also the same three notes that make up a D-minor chord? WOW!!!!

Related Agencies

- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


- List of U.S. Federal Agencies as Medical Agencies


Gomerblog References

  1. FDA Approves Afternoon-After Pill
  2. FDA Approves “FUROSESONEROLAQUINOX” for Undifferentiated Dyspnea
  3. FDA Finally Approves The Ativan Diffuser for All Hospital Units
  4. Exciting New Treatment for “Status Dramaticus” Released Today by the FDA and NIH
  5. Nomega Approved by FDA
  6. Pioneering Bionics Company Gains FDA Approval for Robotic Penis
  7. FDA Approves First Antibiotic/Male Impotence Drug: Mycoxaflopin
  8. FDA Approves OxyContin for Kids Tall Enough to Get on This Ride
  9. Bovie™ Electrocautery Receives FDA Approval for Cutting Red Tape
  10. FDA Approves Groundbreaking Postmortem Chemotherapy Protocol
  11. FDA Bans Insulin Amid Reports of Increased Amputations and Other Life Threatening Diseases
  12. FDA Bans Any Narcotic with the Letter “D” In It

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