The FDA has announced that Dr Reddy's is recalling Phytonadione injectable emulsion because of complaints due to ampules breaking and shattering.
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A barcode for paracetamol 250mg/5ml oral suspension displays the wrong strength when scanned, prompting the MHRA to announce the defect information.
A private-public consortium to develop pre-filled syringe packaging has been backed by Jefferies, including a seed capital commitment of at least $10 million.
The company is recalling 100mg blister packages of both Sandimmune and Neoral due to their packaging not being child-resistant, a fault that could result in infants being poisoned.
Safety updates to labels of SGLT2 inhibitors will recommend temporary discontinuation of these medications before scheduled surgery, says the FDA.
The MHRA has issued two alerts, one for incorrect maximum daily dosage of Ibuprofen 400mg and a second for missing safety information about Oxylan Prolonged-release tablets.
Ranitidine tablets have been recalled due to the possibility of the products containing unacceptable levels of NDMA.
A defect in the 2D matrix for the expiration date of diamorphine hydrochloride lyophilisate for solution has been announced by the MHRA.
Amendments to regulations in India will make pharmaceutical companies accountable for the quality and safety of medicines, alongside manufacturers.
At a recent event, pharmaceutical packaging experts discussed strategies to reduce waste and protect the bottom line.
Extractables and Leachables Safety Information Exchange (ELSIE) has been the most influential industry group in developing guidelines for extractables and leachables. In the wake of the ICH convening a new group to develop a concept paper and business plan on their Q3E Impurity Guideline, Dave Elder discusses the strides that…
Research has found that technological innovation and legislation are to drive the growth of the global anti-counterfeit packaging market.
According to the MHRA, the finasteride 5mg tablets produced by Dr Reddy’s do not contain certain warnings and precautions in the patient information leaflets.