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IOSAT Potassium Iodide Tablets September 2024 Expiration Date There are 14 tablets in each package of iOSAT TM , which will protect one adult for two weeks. Anyone remaining in a contaminated area for more than two weeks should consider the use of additional iOSAT TM tablets as directed by Public Health Officials. New FDA guidelines call for the daily administration of one iOSAT tablet (130 mg. of potassium iodide (KI)) for adults and children over 18 years old who weigh more that 150 pounds. Children from age 3 to 18 years old who weigh less than 150 pounds should take 1/2 tablet. Children from age one month to 3 years should take 1/4 tablet. And infants less than one month old should take 1/4 tablet. If necessary, children too young to take solid food or unable to swallow a tablet can take iOSAT TM dissolved in a liquid (such as chocolate milk) or in a soft food such as applesauce.iOSAT TM Tablets are FDA approved for seven years and should be stored unopened in a dry environment at room temperature. Each iOSAT TM Tablet provides 24 hours of protection. Anbex was formed shortly after the Three Mile Island accident in 1979. The company received its NDA (the FDA approval to sell the product) in 1982 after FDA review of the product and its manufacturing process. The iOSAT TM package comes with a Patient Product Inserted along with the tablets in a sealed package. This was designed so that the instructions would not become separated from the product in times of an emergency. Meets all FDA requirements for potassium iodide as a radiation protective, and is labeled and packaged in accordance with US government guidelines. Has demonstrated all quality controls and passed all FDA requirements for purity, quality, safety, efficacy. Comes full strength (130 mg of potassium iodide per tablet) in accordance with FDA demands for complete thyroid blocking.

Item model number : NDC 51803-001-01

Manufacturer : IOSAT
ASIN : B076DWLRQT

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Will these stop me from glowing in the dark? Wouldn't want anyone to think I'm a ghost and waste a .65 cent 9mm round on me!

Besides I'm not sure I'd remember to take one if I'm already a piece of toast.

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hey! where ya getting 9mm for .65 a pop?!?!

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Need to pop a few of these before I get those groceries. You know, just in case.

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This is a last resort, reactive option. Best to load over time, proper loading can take a year. Iodoral 12.5

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If a nuke hits your screwed not to mention blowback shrapnel ect I mean heat wave cancer is curable especiallly thyroid cancer

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If I was to purchase them how long do these packages last if stored in a safe place room temperature wise like is it only last a couple years or what

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I didn't see this in the write up, must have been missed by who ever cut and paste this ad in.

Adults

Adults older than 40 years should not take KI (potassium iodide) unless public health or emergency management officials say that contamination with a very large dose of radioactive iodine is expected.

Adults older than 40 years have the lowest chance of developing thyroid cancer or thyroid injury after contamination with radioactive iodine.
Adults older than 40 are more likely to have allergic reactions to or adverse effects from KI.

http://emergency.cdc.gov/radiation/ki.asp

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Great supplemental information. Thanks for posting!

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Most of my friends are prior Navy nuke power types and one civilian that deals with shielding for Navy reactor work. Plus spent time on a floating glow in the dark Uncle Sam canoe. When the tsunami wrecked the nuke plant in Japan I got a free lesson on potassium iodide pros/cons from him. This is just typical amazon Chicken Little snake oil sales scamming.

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These pills stop alpha radiation from collecting in an organ if taken in. This has been the biggest cause of death from radiation apart from massive gamma dose. These aren't for gamma, they're for actual particles of alpha and probably beta.

I don't know what some guy told you, but there's a reason you get this stuff for free living near a nuclear power generation plant, even though a release event is extremely unlikely.

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Fear sells, and it sells quite well!
If there isn't a fear, CREATE a NEW ONE! LOL!!!

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Yep. Like concealed carry permits.... ?

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It's always easy to call 'snake oil' but you might want to do some research other than hearing some weird third-hand info on the internet.

Many people died from what these pills help prevent; contamination collecting/remaining in organs and giving them high dose.

There are different kinds of radiation. A release (meltdown) from a nuclear plant, or a nuclear detonation put out all the types.

I'm not trying to justify why I bought this, because I didn't buy this. I get it for free.

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