February 8, 2023

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Dauphin and acetaminophen recall 400 000 bottles declared poisoning risk by chris smith brg aspirin ibuprofen and acetaminophen are common over-the-counter drugs that most people have around the house the drugs can relieve pain and reduce fevers among other things additionally many people use these drugs to treat various other chronic health issues but buyers

Should know there are four separate recall actions concerning various brands of aspirin ibuprofen and acetaminophen in total we’re looking at around four hundred thousand bottles that pose a poisoning risk according to the u.s consumer product safety commission cpsc that’s because the drugs come in containers that are not child resistant aspirin ibuprofen and

Acetaminophen recall the cpsc posted four separate recall notices on its website on june 16th they cover aspirin ibuprofen and acetaminophen from various brands that violate the poison prevention packaging act ppa substances including aspirin ibuprofen and acetaminophen must be packaged in child resistant containers according to the pppa regulation but the cpsc

Warns that around 400 000 bottles containing these pain relievers do not respect the rules as a result children might easily open the bottles and consume the drugs in turn this can lead to poisoning in what follows we’ll discuss each of the different pain med recalls so you can quickly identify the faulty bottles time cap aspirin and ibuprofen recall time cap labs

Were called 300 count kroger aspirin and 160 count ibuprofen bottles that pose a risk of poisoning the products were available from various retailers nationwide from july 2021 to march 2022. kroger were called 209 430 bottles with the following identifiers aspirin upc zero zero zero four one two six zero zero one two nine five lot numbers a zero seventy seven j f

Zero thirty two h f zero thirty five h j zero eleven h k zero thirty h ibuprofen upc 0004126001298 lot numbers fh 1163 c11044 c1104 c11064 c11065c11079c11084 or health acetaminophen recalls also two types of oral health acetaminophen were hit with a recall oral health recalled about 25 660 bottles of 225 count kroger brand acetaminophen that failed to meet pppa

Regulations the kroger-branded acetaminophen was available from december 2021 to march 2022 from various retailers nationwide look for the following identifiers for this acetaminophen recall upc number zero zero zero four one two six zero zero one two eight four and lot numbers p two one zero zero eight nine zero p two one zero zero eight nine one p two one zero

Zero nine 992 each with expiration date august 2023 and p2101010 with expiration date april 2023 additionally oral health recalled about thousand 137 hundred bottles of one hundred and fifty count walgreens branded acetaminophen bottles the drugs were available from walgreens stores nationwide between october twenty twenty one and april twenty twenty two look

For the following identifiers on the bottles in your medicine cabinet upc number three one one nine one seven two one eight zero nine zero and lot numbers p two one zero zero six two seven p two one zero 671 p2100 672 p2100 689p210747 p2100859 each with expiration date november 2022 and p220050 with expiration date january 2023 sun pharma acetaminophen recall

Finally sun pharma issued a recall for about thirty four thousand six hundred sixty bottles of one hundred count kroger acetaminophen that can poison children the drug was available nationwide at multiple retailers from october twenty twenty one to march twenty twenty look for these identifiers to determine whether or not the drug packaging is child resistant any

Bottles with the following upc number and lot codes are part of the recall upc number four one is six zero zero one two eight seven with the batch codes ac four five four six three ac three eight two one three or ac30682 official recall list is available at the cpsc

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