(Memphis) A Michigan-based drug company is recalling infant acetaminophen sold at several national chains.
Perrigo issued a voluntary nationwide recall of 18 batches of its acetaminophen infant suspension liquid.
The products covered under the recall were sold in 2 oz. and 4 oz. bottles with syringes.
The acetaminophen was sold under store brand names such as Kroger, Rite Aid and Walgreens, as well as Babies-R-Us and Target’s Up and Up.
The company is recalling the product because some packages might contain an oral dosing syringe without markings.
The correct syringe should have a white or yellow plunger with specific dose markings.
Retailers have been notified. Consumers who have an incorrect syringe should stop using it and contact the company at 1-800-719-9260.
Recalled lots, along with their corresponding branded labels, are listed below:
|BABIES R US||3KK0606|
|EQUATE||3HK0672, 3JK0433, 3JK0594, 3JK0595, 3JK0653, 3JK0673, 3KK0815,
|HARMON FACE VALUES||3JK0594|
|HEALTHY ACCENTS||3HK0671, 3KK0606|
|KROGER||3GK0645, 3GK0704, 3HK0671, 3JK0433, 3JK0595, 3JK0653, 3JK0433,
3JK0595, 3GK0645, 3GK0704, 3JK0595
|LEADER DRUG||3JK0433, 3JK0594|
|UP & UP||3HK0672|
|WALGREEN||3GK0704, 3HK0564, 3HK0671, 3JK0433, 3JK0595, 3JK0610, 3KK0360|