MedWatch: The FDA Safety Information and Adverse Event Reporting Program
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0.9 Percent Sodium Chloride Injection USP in 100 mL MINI-BAG PLUS Container by Baxter: Recall - Particulate Matter Intravenous administration of a solution containing particulate matter may lead to local vein irritation, inflammatory reaction, aggravation of preexisting infections, allergic reactions, and systemic embolization. Posted 12/16/2014 November 2014 Safety Labeling Changes includes 30 products with revisions to Prescribing Information. Posted 12/11/2014 Ziprasidone (Marketed as Geodon and Generics): Drug Safety Communication - Rare But Potentially Fatal Skin Reactions Symptoms may include a rash that can spread to all parts of the body, fever, swollen lymph nodes, and inflammation of organs such as the liver, kidney, lungs, heart, or pancreas. Posted 12/11/2014
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