Ciba-Geigy subsidiary Geneva Generics has recalled 4,600 bottles (40 mg, 100 tabs) of the deta blocker, lot number 65356, after one bottle in a Knoxville, Tennessee warehouse was found containing the antifungal agent metronidazole. The product was manufactured by another Ciba-Geigy subsidiary, Cord Labs, at a plant in Broomfield, Colorado. FDA reported Sept. 4 that the bottle in Knoxville was the only mislabled one found to date and no injuries have been reported.
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