Tris Pharma is recalling some toddler ibuprofen offered at Walmart, CVS Pharmacy and Household Greenback shops nationwide as a result of the favored ache and fever medication might comprise overly excessive concentrations of the drug. Packaged below the private-label manufacturers of the three main retailers, the label on the recalled product says it incorporates 50 mg of ibuprofen per 1.25 mL, in line with the the New Jersey drugmaker.
Tris mentioned there’s a “distant chance” the next stage of ibuprofen might result in everlasting kidney injury in infants. Different potential hostile results embrace nausea, vomiting, abdomen ache and diarrhea, in addition to tinnitus, headache and abdomen bleeding.
Tris Pharma mentioned it had not acquired any studies of hostile results associated to the recall.
The recalled merchandise offered at Walmart had expiration dates of February 2019, April 2019 and August 2019, whereas these made for CVS and Household Greenback expire in August 2019.
The recalled product was packaged in 0.5 oz. bottles and labeled “Infants’ Ibuprofen Concentrated Oral Suspension” (see product picture under).
Walmart sells the recalled product below the “Equate” label and the Nationwide Drug Code (NDC) 49035-125-23; the merchandise being withdrawn have the lot numbers 00717009A, 00717015A and 00717024A on their label.
CVS gives it below the “CVS Well being” label, with the recalled merchandise bearing the NCD quantity 59779-925-23 and the lot quantity 00717024A.
It is offered below the “Household Wellness” label with the NCD 55319-250-23 and lot quantity 00717024A by Household Greenback.
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