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Sun Pharmaceuticals Issues Warfarin Drug Recall

Indian Company Under Fire Again for Warfarin Drug Recall Sun Pharmaceuticals has been closely scrutinized by the Food and Drug Administration recently for problems with generic drugs leading to drug recalls in the US. The company, along with other generic drug manufacturers in India, met with FDA head Margaret A. Hamburg in February of this year … [Read more...]

Sixth Death from Nap Nanny Reported After Product Recall

Nap Nanny is Under Product Recall, Parents Still Using the Item After a sixth infant death was reported, US safety experts said on Tuesday, June 3rd, that consumers must stop using the Nap Nanny, which is still under product recall. The Nap Nanny was taken off the market by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) last year when the … [Read more...]

Blood Thinner Test Strips Under Product Recall

Urgent Product Recall Issued for Blood Thinner Test Strips Alere Inc has issued an urgent but voluntary Class I product recall for their Alere INRatio2 PT/INR Professional Test Strips due to patient complaints about inaccuracy. Reportedly, Alere has received nine reports of significant adverse events, which prompted the product recall. Three of … [Read more...]

IKEA Issues Product Recall for Baby Bed Canopies

IKEA Product Recall Covers Nearly 3 Million Baby Bed Canopies Due to Strangulation Fears IKEA has issued a massive, world-wide product recall for 2.8 million baby bed canopies, some of which were purchased nearly 18 years ago, due to reports of a potential strangulation hazard. The Swedish company took action on Friday, March 21st, after … [Read more...]

Baby Carriers Under Product Recall After Injuries

Playtex Issues Product Recall for Baby Carriers After Injury Reports Playtex Products, based in Dover, Delaware, has issued a product recall for 341,000 of its Hip Hammock baby carriers after reports of the device breaking, and some injuries. According to customer complaints, the waist and shoulder straps can break, which poses a falling hazard … [Read more...]

Another Sports Supplement Under Product Recall for Potential Hepatitis

More Sports Supplements Subject to Product Recall for Containing Ingredient that Might Cause Hepatitis Another dietary supplement is subject to the FDA’s product recall involving OxyElite Pro, because the sports supplement contains an ingredient that might be the cause of hepatitis and liver damage in numerous patients. Physique Enhancing … [Read more...]

Angelcare Baby Monitors Under Product Recall After Deaths

Two Infants Strangled by Angelcare Baby Monitors, Product Recall Issued The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a product recall for 600,000 Angelcare Baby Monitors after two infants were strangled by the device. In a press release on Thursday, November 21st, the CPSC announced the product recall after receiving complaints about the … [Read more...]

Medtronic Devices Under Product Recall for Personal Injury

FDA Issues Class I Product Recall for Medtronic Devices That Could Malfunction Officials with the Food and Drug Administration on Monday, November 18th, announced a product recall for some Medtronic heart devices that could cause serious injury or even death when they malfunction. A Class I Recall is the most serious product recall that the FDA … [Read more...]

OxyElite Pro Manufacturer Issues Drug Recall Due to Hepatitis A Cases

Manufacturer of OxyElite Pro Supplement Finally Issues Drug Recall Due to Hepatitis A Contamination The manufacturer of diet supplement OxyElite Pro has finally issued a drug recall due to a growing number of Hepatitis A infections related to consumption of the drug. So far, at least one person has died, and 56 became ill, after ingesting … [Read more...]

OxyElite Pro, Popular Weight-Loss Supplement, Linked to Hepatitis Cases

FDA Links Weight-Loss Drug OxyElite Pro to Hepatitis and Liver Failure Cases in Hawaii The FDA has announced that the popular weight-loss drug, OxyElite Pro, has been linked to cases of hepatitis, and subsequent liver failure, that showed up in Hawaii recently. So far, about 29 people have been diagnosed with acute hepatitis in Hawaii. One … [Read more...]

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