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Drug recall in US market by Lupin and Aurobindo Pharma

Updated: 31 March 2019

Deviations related with Current Good Manufacturing Practice regulations were observed for Aurobindo Pharma leading them to recall several lots of drugs involved in lowering blood pressure, Valsartan. Similarly, Lupin has also recalled Testosterone Topical solution bottles due to container issues observed by USFDA.

The drug recall of Valsartan has classified as Class II recall which starts in condition where the utilization or exposure of violated product can lead to medically reversible or temporary adverse health consequences or there are remote chances of severe adverse health consequences.

Repeated complaints regarding faulty pumps were received by USFDA for Lupin’s Testosterone Topical solution resulting into product recall. This recall comes as Class III which starts in a condition where use or exposure of violated product does not lead to any adverse health consequence.