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The Food and Drug Administration is requiring stronger safety warnings for a popular treatment to prevent pregnant women from prematurely giving birth. Women should not be given injections of the drug terbutaline for more than three days "because of the potential for serious maternal heart problems and death," the FDA said Thursday. It is now requiring a boxed warning — Continue Reading
Depuy Reimbursement of Costs and Revision Surgery Depuy advises that approximately 93,000 patients worldwide have received Depuy ASR Hip System components. Depuy has stated it “intends to cover reasonable and customary costs of testing and treatment for patients who need services, including revision surgery, associated with the ASR recall. DePuy will also pay for reasonable expenses related to receiving care, Continue Reading
On August 26, 2010, Johnson & Johnson announced their eleventh recall since September 2009. This recall stems from DePuy Orthopaedics Inc., which is a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson.. DePuy Orthopaedics Inc., announced that it would be recalling its ASR Hip Resurfacing System and its ASR XL Acetabular hip-replacement system. According to the company, the recall took place because of Continue Reading
As of December 2010, the FDA has changed the labels of 58 products.
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DrugRecalls.com - A Drug Safety Consumer Resource
Anybody who watches television, surfs the Internet or flips through a magazine is very familiar with advertising for pharmaceutical drugs picturing attractive, healthy and active people. Prescription and over the counter drugs are used by millions of consumers for various ailments, diseases and medical conditions. For most, prescription drugs can provide great benefit or relief. A consequence of the development of many drugs and the marketing to millions of consumers, are serious side effects or other undesired results. In extreme cases, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) or manufacturer may recall or withdraw a drug.
Over the past few years, the safety of more than a dozen popular prescription drugs has been examined. In some cases, certain drugs have been recalled following reports of serious injury or death.
The recent recall of numerous popular drugs has resulted in heightened scrutiny of certain blockbuster drugs with hearings before Congress in which at least one FDA researcher suggests that the FDA may be incapable of protecting consumers from unsafe drugs and that several other popular drugs currently on the market may also present unacceptable patient risk. According to a survey by the Department of Health & Human Services Office of Inspector General, about two-thirds of Food & Drug Administration scientists are less than fully confident in the agency's monitoring of the safety of prescription drugs now being sold.
DrugRecalls.com is a consumer resource from product liability lawyers engaged in assisting consumers suffering side effects from pharmaceutical drugs.
Not all drugs referenced on this website have been subject to recall or warning. Patients should never stop taking their medicine without first consulting with their physician.