Health Letter, March 2020
Note: Never stop taking a drug that appears on the product recall list without first talking to your doctor or pharmacist. Most recalls are limited to a single manufacturer and may not be related to the version of a particular drug you are taking. If a recall does relate to the version of the drug you are taking, you should not stop taking the drug until you discuss an alternative treatment with your doctor or pharmacist.
Atorvastatin calcium tablets, 10 mg, 90-count bottle. Manufactured for: Biocon Pharma Inc.
Desmopressin acetate tablets, 0.1 or 0.2 mg, 100-count bottle. Manufactured by: Actavis Laboratories, Inc.
Dutasteride capsules, 0.5 mg, 30 capsules (6 X 5) per carton. Manufactured for: AvKARE, Inc.
Liothyronine (T3) capsules, 80 or 92.5 mcg. MPRX, Inc.
Naltrexone capsules, 4.5 mg. MPRX, Inc.
Nizatidine capsules, 150 or 300 mg. Manufactured by: Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Olmesartan medoxomil tablets, 20 mg, 90-tablet bottle. Manufactured by: Alkem Laboratories Ltd.
Progesterone capsules, 50 or 100 mg. MPRX, Inc.
Ranitidine tablets; 150 or 300 mg; 4-, 7-, 14-, 15-, 20-, 24-, 30-, 60-, 90- or 100-count bottle or package. Manufactured by: H.J. Harkins Company, Inc. or Preferred Pharmaceuticals, Inc. or Repackaged by: Northwind Pharmaceuticals.
Ranitidine hydrochloride tablets; 150 mg; 14-, 30-, 60-, 90- or 100-count bottle. Distributed by: PD-Rx Pharmaceuticals Incorporated.
Sildenafil capsules, 80 mg. MPRX, Inc.
Sumatriptan succinate tablets, 50 or 100 mg, packaged in 9 (1×9) unit-of-use blister card or 100-count bottle. Manufactured by: Sun Pharma.
T3/T4 SR capsule, 9 mcg/38 mcg. MPRX, Inc.
Tadalafil capsules, 6 mg. MPRX, Inc.
For more information about the drug recalls listed above, please visit http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/ires/index.cfm.
For a list of recent recalls of consumer products, please visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission website at http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Recalls/.