The FDA-backed, company-announced recall on children's medicine 2010 has been issued. This recall on childrens medicine 2010 encompasses many medicines, including over-the-counter Tylenol and Motrin. If you report your recalled medicine to the company, you can get a small loan in the form of a coupon or refund. Discontinue use of these medicines, according to the suggestions of the FDA and McNeil healthcare.
Why the recall on children's medicine 2010
The maker of the medicines, McNeil Consumer Healthcare, initiated the recall on childrens medicine. The recall has been announced for 3 major reasons. First, some of the medicines have "a higher concentration of the active ingredient" then is on the label. There is also a concern that inactive ingredients within the medicine may not meet "internal standards for quality". There may also be very small particles in the medicines integrated in the recall on children's medicine 2010.
Recall on children's medicine 2010 - the incorporated products
There are seven different products in the recall on children's medicine 2010. Recalled products include several flavors of each of these products:
- Tylenol Infants' Drops
- Children's Tylenol liquid
- Children's Tylenol Plus liquid
- Motrin Infant's Drops
- Children's Motrin liquid
- Children's Zyrtec liquids
- Children's Benadryl Allergy liquids
A full list of products incorporated within the recall can be found on FDA Children's medicine recall 2010 announcement. The United States, Canada, and ten other countries are incorporated within the recall on children's medicine 2010. In countries other than the United States of America, check with the agency that handles pharmaceutical safety.
Recall on children's medicine 2010 not first Tylenol recall in 2010
The recall on children's medicine 2010 is the second Tylenol recall of 2010. In January of 2010, Children's Tylenol pills and chews were recalled. Confusing dosage instructions on the package was the reason for that January Tylenol recall. McNeilProductRecall.com has full information on the recall on children's medicine 2010. The company has said that it will "undertake a comprehensive review" of its manufacturing processes.
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FDA Children's medicine recall 2010 announcement