Ibuprofen Recall: 0.5 Liquid Ounce Bottles Recalled From Nationwide Drug Stores

Rare | 12/6/2018 | Silke Jasso
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Calling all parents with children 12 and under! You might want to double-check your children’s symptoms and your medicine cabinets, after several brands of infant liquid ibuprofen have been recalled. The ibuprofen is currently being sold at Walmart, CVS Pharmacy, and Family Dollar store, and have voluntarily been recalled after medical experts believe they potentially have a higher concentration of the drug than advertised.

Pharmaceutical company Tris Pharma Inc. manufactures the medication under the brand names Equate, CVS Health, and Family Wellness. They are packed in 0.5- ounce bottles. These products are used to treat children who might be suffering from joint pain, fever, or a common cold.

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All products were sold under the generic brand label in each store. The higher concentration of ibuprofen could cause potential complication for toddlers. There is a possibility infants who are more susceptible to high potency level of drug can be more vulnerable to permanent NSAID-associated renal injury. Possible adverse effects...
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