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Potential Lawsuit: Specialty Compounding Recalls Medications due to Possible Bacterial Infection

By Nicollekeomuangtai(view all posts by Nicollekeomuangtai)
at 10:28 AM Monday 26 August, 2013
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What are you looking for? Home Page >> Potential Lawsuit >> Specialty Compounding Recalls Medications due to Possible Bacterial Infection Specialty Compounding Recalls Medications due to Possible Bacterial Infection Cedar Park, TX: Specialty Compounding, LLC, a subsidiary of Peoples Pharmacy Inc., is voluntarily recalling all lots of sterile medications within expiry. The recall was initiated after reports of bacterial infection affecting 15 patients at two Texas hospitals, Corpus Christi Medical Center Doctors Regional and Corpus Christi Medical Center Bay Area, whose treatment included IV infusions of calcium gluconate from Specialty Compounding. There is a potential association between the infections and the medication at this time. If there is microbial contamination in products intended to be sterile, patients are at risk of serious infections which may be life threatening. The recall applies to all unexpired sterile compounded products dispensed since May 9, 2013, including all strengths and dosage forms. Recalled products were distributed directly to hospitals and physician offices in Texas. Recalled products were also sent directly to patients located nationwide with the exception of North Carolina. This recall is being conducted with the knowledge http://www.myfaceclick.com/blog/261223/legal-tussle-erupts-over-bones-of-richard-iii/ of the US Food and Drug Administration. Legal Help If you or a loved one has suffered similar damages or injuries, please click the link below and your complaint will be sent to a lawyer who may evaluate your claim at no cost or obligation.
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