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FDA Medwatch Alert: Liquid Drug and Dietary Supplement Products by PharmaTech: Recall - Risk of Product Contamination

Posted 10 Aug 2016 by Drugs.com

ISSUE: PharmaTech, LLC is voluntarily recalling all liquid products due to a potential risk of product contamination with Burkholderia cepacia. See the press release for a complete listing of affected products. Drug products include: Aller-chlor Antihistamine Diocto Syrup Docusate Sodium Ninjacof Ninjacof A Senexion Liquid Senna Syrup Sennazon Syrup Virtrate-2 Virtrate-K Dietary supplement products include: Calcionate Syrup Cerovite Liquid CertaVite with Antioxidants CytoDetox D3 Vitamin Liquid D-Vita Drops Fer-iron Liquid Ferrous Drops Ferrous Sulfate Liquid Liquid Vitamin C Pedia D-Vite Drops Pedia Poly-Vite Drops Pedia Tri-Vite Drops Poly-Vita Drops Poly-Vita Drops with Iron Polyvitamin liquid Polyvitamin liquid with Iron Renew HC Tri-Vita Drops Tri-Vitamin liquid   If a product contains B. cepacia, its use could result in infections in patients with compromised immune systems and in ... Read more

Related support groups: Dietary Supplementation, Diocto, Poly-Vita Drops, Calcionate, D-Vita Drops, Tri-Vita Drops, Fer-Iron, Aller-Chlor, Ninjacof, Cerovite Liquid, Senexon, Tri-Vitamin, Ninjacof-A

Iron Supplements May Help Blood Donors Recover More Quickly

Posted 10 Feb 2015 by Drugs.com

TUESDAY, Feb. 10, 2015 – Low-dose iron supplements speed blood donors' recovery of iron and hemoglobin, an iron-rich protein that carries oxygen in red blood cells, new research shows. "This study highlights the importance of maintaining iron levels after blood donation, and shows that supplemental iron effectively restores hemoglobin, even in donors with higher iron levels," according to principal investigator Dr. Joseph Kiss, medical director of the Institute for Transfusion Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. The study included 215 adult blood donors at four blood donation centers in the United States. Blood donors are allowed to give one pint of blood every eight weeks, but about 25 percent to 35 percent of donors develop iron deficiency. This can lead to fatigue and anemia, and make people temporarily ineligible to donate blood, the study authors pointed out in a news ... Read more

Related support groups: Ferrous Sulfate, Iron Deficiency Anemia, Multivitamin With Iron, Ferrous Fumarate, Blood Transfusion, Geritol, Ferrous Gluconate, Elemental Iron, Icaps, Anemia Associated with Iron Deficiency, Chromagen, Chromagen Forte, Multigen, Trinsicon, EnLyte, Repliva 21/7, Integra Plus, Iberet, Carbonyl Iron, TriHEMIC 600

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Iron Deficiency Anemia, Anemia Associated with Chronic Renal Failure, Vitamin / Mineral Supplementation during Pregnancy / Lactation, Vitamin / Mineral Supplementation and Deficiency

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