Mylan recalls 2 drugs after label mix-up

The drugmaker has not received any reports of adverse occasions.

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Mylan has remembered 2 of its drugs after learning of a carton label mix-up, according to an Aug. 31 FDA statement.

Both medications are administered by health care specialists in medical facility or center settings. Mylan is notifying its wholesalers and health center drug stores of the recall by letter.

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Tuesday, September 1st, 2020
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The Canonsburg, Pa.-based drugmaker remembered 4 great deals of amiodarone HCl injection, which deals with heart rhythm issues, and tranexamic acid injection, which promotes blood clotting.

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