Wells Pharmacy Recalls Sterile Products due to Potential Lack of Sterility
Wells Pharmacy Network is issuing a voluntary recall on over 600 products after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) expresses concern over a lack of sterility assurance.
About the Wells Pharmacy Network Recall
According to the FDA, the recall is being done with the cooperation of the FDA and out of an abundance of caution by the Wells Pharmacy Network.
Use of a drug product that is non-sterile and contains microbial contamination could result in serious and life-threatening infections.
The recalled products, which include both human and veterinary products, were used for a variety of indications. No medications have been found to be non-sterile thus far, and no adverse events have been reported.
Consumers and providers that received any of the recalled products should
- Discontinue use of the products
- Quarantine and unused product until instructed on how to return the product
- Contact the Wells Pharmacy Network to discuss the return of the recalled product
Description of the Recalled Wells Pharmacy Products
The recall includes a large list of products produced between February 22, 2016, and September 14, 2016. All recalled products have a label that includes the name Wells Pharmacy Network, logo, drug name, and expiration date.
To view the list of recalled drug products, visit the FDA recall page.