Friday, September 25, 2009

Tylenol Recall 2009 | Children's and Infants' TYLENOL

Tylenol manufacturer McNeil Consumer Healthcare has issued a voluntary recall of certain lots of Children's and Infants' TYLENOL liquid products that were manufactured between April, 2008 and June, 2008. It is now being referred to as Tylenol Recall 2009.

Here is the list recalled products and lot numbers:

-Children's TYLENOL® Plus Cold MS Suspension 4 oz. Grape (SBM041, SBM067, SCM037, SDM027, SEM109)

-Children's TYLENOL® Suspension 4oz. Grape (SBM042, SCM015, SCM036, SDM034)

-Children's TYLENOL® Suspension 4oz. Bubble Gum (SBM043, SBM044, SCM029)

-Children's TYLENOL® Suspension 4oz. Strawberry (SBM045, SCM011, SCM030, SDM035)

-Infants' TYLENOL® Grape Suspension Drops 1/4oz.(SBM064, SCM033, SDM020)

-Infants' TYLENOL® Suspension 1/2oz. Cherry (SBM065, SCM005, SCM006, SDM032)

-Children's TYLENOL® Dye Free Suspension 4oz. Cherry (SBM066, SCM068)

-Children's TYLENOL® Suspension 4oz. Cherry (SBM068, SCM035, SCM070,
SCM080, SDM005)

-Children's TYLENOL® Plus Cough & Runny Nose 4oz. Cherry (SBM069, SBM070, SCM081, SDM006)

-Infants' TYLENOL® Suspension Drops 1/2oz. Grape (SCM012, SCM067, SDM007, SDM068)

-Children's TYLENOL® Plus Flu 4oz. Bubble Gum (SCM013, SCM014, SCM069)

-Children's TYLENOL® Plus Cold Suspension 4oz. Grape (SCM016, SFM024)

-Children's TYLENOL® Plus Cough/ST Suspension 4oz. Cherry (SCM017)

-Infants' TYLENOL® Suspension Drops 1oz. Grape (SCM082, SDM039, SDM040)

-Infants' TYLENOL® Dye Free Suspension 1oz. Cherry (SCM083, SCM084, SDM008)

-Children's TYLENOL® Pediatric Suspension 1oz. Cherry (SDM064)

-Infants' TYLENOL® Suspension Drops 1oz. Cherry (SDM038, SDM009)

-Children's TYLENOL® Plus Cold/Allergy 4oz. Bubble Gum (SDM033)

-Infants' TYLENOL® Drops 1oz. Grape (SDM078)

-Infants' TYLENOL® Grape Suspension Drops H/G 1/2oz.(SCM034)

-Children's TYLENOL® Suspension 4oz. Cherry, Hospital Govt. (SDM028)

The company has implemented this recall because examination of bulk raw material detected that one of the inactive ingredients did not meet internal testing requirements. Specifically, the gram-negative bacteria Burkholderia cepacia (B. cepacia) was detected. The portion of raw material in which the bacteria was found was isolated and was not used in the production of any finished product. However, it was decided, as a precaution, to recall all product that utilized any of the raw material manufactured at the same time as the raw material that tested positive for the bacteria.[Source]
For more information about Tylenol Recall 2009, individuals may contact McNeil Customer Care Center at 1-800-962-5357.

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