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Food and Drug Recalls and Health Advisories

December 2009
Texas Department of State Health Services Issues Warning Against Nzu Product
Recall: Influenza A (H1N1) 2009 Monovalent Vaccine - Lot Numbers UT023DA, UT028CB, UT028DA, and UT030CA
Valproate Sodium and related products (valproic acid and divalproex sodium): Risk of Birth Defects
Topical Testosterone Gel Products (Marketed as AndroGel 1% and Testim 1%): Secondary Exposure of Children to Topical Testosterone Products
Intravenous Ceftriaxone (Marketed as Rocephin and generics) and Calcium Drug-Drug Interaction: Potential Risk for Cardiopulmonary Adverse Events in Neonates

November 2009
Timco Worldwide Inc. issuance of a voluntary recall of Large Seedless Watermelons because of possible health risk
Five Crowns Marketing Voluntarily Recalling Cantaloupes Packed under the Majesty Label Because of a Potential Health Risk Due to Possible Contamination of Salmonella
Service Smoked Fish Corp. Recalls Smoked Nova Salmon Because of Possible Health Risk
P&G Voluntarily Recalls Specific Lots of Vicks Sinex Nasal Spray in the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom

October 2009

Plum Organics Voluntarily Recalls Select Batch of Apple & Carrot Portable Pouches Due to Potential Health Risk
Fisher/Rex Sandwiches Recalls Sandwiches Because of Possible Health Risk (possible Listeria contamination)
Consumers Warned Not to Eat Certain Imported Dried Plums

September 2009
Nationwide Voluntary Product Recall of Neocate® Infant Specialized Formula Lot P91877
Children's and Infants' TYLENOL® recall  more in-depth information on why these products were recalled please click here.


July 2009
Nuby Gel Filled, Cottontails, and Playschool Teethers
Prevnar Pneumococcal 7-valent Conjugate Vaccine, Wyeth

April 2009

Respironics, Inc., SmartMonitor 2 Infant Apnea Monitor (Models 4002 and 4003)

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