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September 20, 2000

Nitroglycerin Sublingual Tablets Recalled for Contamination

Tucson, AZ (SafetyAlerts) - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that Konec Limited Liability Company is recalling its Nitroglycerin Sublingual Tablets because metal particle contamination.

This is the first public notice of this Class II recall issued by FDA.

Nitroglycerin Sublingual Tablets, 0.4 mg, in 25 and 100-count amber glass bottles.

Recall #D-461-0.

N419R1 (25 tablets each) NDC 60951-718-25
N419W1 (25 tablets each) NDC 60951-718-25
N459W1 (100 tablets each) NDC 60951-718-70.

Konec Limited Liability Company, Tucson, Arizona.

Manufacturer, by telephone on or about February 13, 2000. Firm-initiated recall **complete.

**Completed recall: While the FDA has completed processing of this particular recall, it does not mean this particular product has been fully accounted for.


N419R1: 8,891 bottles of 25 tablets each
N419W1: 16,726 bottles of 25 tablets each
N459W1: 4,719 bottles of 100 tablets each.

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