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You are the nurse educating new parents on prevention and treatment of constipation with infants. What is the most effective and safest way to treat constipation in infants prior to bowel training?
A)Milk of magnesia
B)Sorbitol
C)Dulcolax suppositories
D)Glycerin suppositories
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Abrams' Clinical Drug Therapy: Rationales for Nursing Practice
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Glycerin suppositories are often effective in infants and children. Milk of magnesia, sorbitol, and Dulcolax suppositories are not recommended.

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