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January 11, 2000

Med-Pro, Inc. Recalls Potassium Chloride (Klor-Con) Packets

Lexington, NE (SafetyAlerts) - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today reported that Gretna Drug Co. is recalling Potassium Chloride (Klor-Con) Packets because the exterior plastic holding packet incorrectly labels the product as 20 mEq granules not 10 mEq tablets.

The recalled Potassium Chloride (Klor-Con) Packets, 20mEq/4-ounce packets, Rx, NDC #0245-0035-01, have the lot numbers o f18264 1 EXP 2/01 and 18308 1 EXP 4/01.

According to FDA, 100 boxes containing 100 packets each were distributed in Colorado.

This ongoing Class III recall was initiated by Med-Pro, Inc. by telephone on October 4, 1999. This is the first public notice issued by the FDA.

Questions concerning this recall may be directed to the FDA at 1-888-INFO-FDA.
Recall #D-195-0

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