FDA Recalls For April 11, 2012
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Recalls reported by FDA for OTC drugs, nutritionals and personal care products.
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Magno-Humphries Laboratories, which has a history recalls prompted by label and formulation errors, recalls one lot of its Basic Drugs brand Sennosides 8.6 mg senna laxative tablets following a complaint that a bottle contained 220 mg tablets of the NSAID naproxen sodium.
Recent updates to FDA recalls database also include single lots of three package sizes of Johnson’s Baby Powder after testing found sub-trace levels of chrysotile asbestos contamination and 5,720 bottles of homeopathic OTCs made in India for West Virginia firm Washington Homeopathic Products Inc. at a facility noncompliant with the agency’s good manufacturing practices regulations.