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March 29, 2002

Med-Mart Has Recalled Pharmacy compounded Inhalation solutions

Bakersfield, CA (SafetyAlerts) - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said that Med-Mart Pharmacy has recalled Pharmacy compounded Inhalation solutions in 3 mL plastic squeeze dispensers.

Pharmacy compounded Inhalation solutions in 3 mL plastic squeeze dispensers as follows:
a) Albuterol 2.5 mg/Ipratropium 0.5 mg/Dexamethasone 0.4 mg/3ml,
Recall # D-207-2;
b) Albuterol 2.0 mg/Ipratropium 0.5 mg/3ml, Recall # D-208-2;
c) Albuterol 2.5 mg/Cromolyn 20 mg/3ml, Recall # D-209-2;
d) Albuterol 1.0 mg/Ipratropium 0.5 mg/3ml, Recall # D-210-2;
e) Albuterol 5.0 mg/Ipratropium 0.5 mg/3ml. Recall # D-211-2.

a) Lot: 112001BAID;
b) Lot: 112601CAI;
c) Lot: 112601LAC;
d) Lot: 112601NAI;
e) Lot: 112801DAI.

Med-Mart Pharmacy, Bakersfield, CA, by telephone on December 10 and by letters on December 27, 2001. FDA initiated recall is ongoing.

Microbial contamination (Serratia species bacteria).

4,200 units.

CA and CO

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