"The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned healthcare workers on
Wednesday to be careful when using two similarly named but very
different drugs, saying a recent mix-up involving the two medications
had injured a patient," says a Health News post"The agency said the incident occurred when a
pharmacist confused Durasal, a wart remover not approved by the FDA,
with Durezol, an FDA-approved steroidal eyedrop used to treat
inflammation and pain following eye surgery." Read more.