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Avoid Ignoring Recalls That Impact You By Following These Tips

Post On 01-07-2015

Safety should be a consumer’s top priority, especially in light of reports concerning the year of 2014’s record-breaking recall numbers.

While 2014 was the number one year for auto safety issues, it also indicated a sharp increase in the number of drug and medical equipment recalls. The realization that the number of campaigns involving medications is increasing should(Read More)

FDA Announces Drug Recall, Bottles Contain Empty Capsules

Post On 11-24-2014

According to a series of new reports, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a recall for several bottles of Gabapentin capsules after the firm learned that empty capsules may have made their way into some of these products.

The official report published by the FDA indicated that, in spite of the lack of any serious incident(Read More)

Previoulsy Recalled Supplements Still Being Sold, Study Suggests

Post On 10-24-2014

The Food and Drug Administration issues recalls on drugs and food products that have been known to be capable of exposing consumers to serious health issues.

Recall campaigns that involved a series of dietary supplements that had been tainted with drugs banned by the FDA may have been issued a while back, but new studies suggest such drugs(Read More)

FDA Issues Nationwide Naproxen Sodium Tablets Recall

Post On 10-22-2014

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has recently announced a drug recall that affects the entire country.

According to the official report published by the federal agency, the recalled items known as Assured brand Naproxen Sodium tablets may pose a health risk and a personal injury risk to consumers due to the fact the containers may actually hold(Read More)

Sterile Products Recalled By Oregon Compounding Centers

Post On 10-10-2014

According to the Food and Drug Administration, the Oregon Compounding Centers, Inc. has issued a recall for a series of unexpired sterile products over the fact the company may not be able to assure the items’ sterility assurance.

The reports indicate that the affected units, which are both human and veterinary sterile products, are being recalled to the(Read More)

FDA Announces Another Hospira Injection Recall

Post On 10-09-2014

The Food and Drug Administration has indicated that, recently, several units of one lot of Vancomycin Hydrochloride for injection have been recalled.

While the recall is associated with only one unit, which may have suffered temperature excursions during shipment, all units are being recalled out of an abundance of caution.

According to the federal agency’s official report, the affected(Read More)

Experts Ask: Are Generic Drugs Dangerous?

Post On 10-08-2014

According to a series of news reports, the year of 2014 has been especially complicated for drug makers.

There have been more drug recalls this year than any other year in record, according to experts. With the increase in the number of recalls, experts become more weary of the potential risks associated with the drugs manufactured by those(Read More)

Potassium Chloride Injections Recalled Over Mislabeling Issue

Post On 09-19-2014

According to a series of reports, Baxter International Inc. has recently announced a recall with the help of the Food and Drug Administration.

The report published by the federal agency has indicated that all units of vials coming from a single lot of Potassium Chloride injection have been recalled. The recall campaign was launched once the company learned(Read More)

Particulate Found In Vials of Heparin Sodium Injections

Post On 09-16-2014

The Food and Drug Administration has indicated that several units of certain Heparin Sodium, 1,000 USP Heparin Units/500 mL (2 USP Heparin Units/mL), in 0.9% Sodium Chloride Injections, 500 mL are being recalled over the presence of certain particulates that could eventually expose patients to a health issue.

The products all come from the single lot NDC 0409-7620-03(Read More)

Unapproved Mole Removal Drugs Recalled by the FDA

Post On 09-03-2014

The Food and Drug Administration has indicated that all lots of certain products designed to remove moles are being recalled nationwide since the product hasn’t been approved by the FDA.

According to the federal agency, moles should only be removed under the supervision of a doctor who’s specialized in this procedure. Since the drug hasn’t been approved by(Read More)