Recall: AuroMedics Levofloxacin In 5% Dextrose Injection 250mg/50mL
On 2018-01-17, the FDA announced that AuroMedics Pharma is conducting a recall on Levofloxacin In 5% Dextrose Injection 250mg/50mL due to a possible particulate matter. The recalled products were sold under the brand name(s) AuroMedics during an unspecified time period throughout the regions shown in the map below.
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Name: AuroMedics Pharma
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Detailed Recall Information
Regions Where Sold: Because the region was not specified, it is assumed that this product was available nationwide.
Product Description: Levofloxacin in 5% Dextrose Injection 250mg/50mL
Brand Name(s): AuroMedics
Reason for Recall: Particulate Matter
Official Recall Date: 2018-01-17
Additional information provided by the FDA.gov:
AuroMedics Pharma LLC is voluntarily recalling one lot of Levofloxacin in 5% Dextrose Injection 250mg/50mL in a Single-Use flexible container NDC 55150-243-46, Lot CLF160003, Expiry date May 2018, to the hospital level. The product has been found to contain visible particulate matter tentatively identified as mold. This problem was discovered as a result of a product complaint in which the contents of one flexible bag was found to contain white particulate matter.
Risk Statement: Use of a non-sterile injectable product could result in fatal infections in a broad array of patients. To date, AuroMedics Pharma LLC has not received reports of any adverse events or identifiable safety concerns attributed to this recall. Read More.
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