OTTAWA, Nov. 28, 2018/ CNW / –
Mylan ULC Pharmacy voluntarily includes four Mylan-Valsartan tablets (40 mg, 80 mg, 160 mg and 320 mg strength). After examinations, they found an approximate inertia, N-nitrosodietilamine (NDEA).
Valsartan is a drug Patients with high blood pressure help to prevent heart attacks and strokes. It is also used in patients with heart failure or heart failure.
The products are considered as precautionary measures. When the NDEA level is found in the active pharmaceutical component (valsartan), it is manufactured by Mylan Laboratories Limited IndiaThey are low, because they are reasonably safe, drugs were taken throughout life. As regards the durability of the affected products in the Canadian market, it must be carefully considered.
Last recall of recent reminders and other actions In Canada NDEA and other inputs, N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), after finding certain drugs (see the links below for related communications). NDEAs and NDMAs are classified as probable human carcinomas, which means that long-term exposure can increase the risk of cancer.
Health Canada continues working with international regulatory partners to determine the scope and creation of the topic, and to confirm the necessary actions and ensure that there is no incident. They will remember these areas. Additional security concerns should be identified, Canada Health will take appropriate measures and notify Canadians.
There is no shortage in anticipation of this progress, there are alternative products in the Canadian market. As with previous NDMA and NDMA communications, Health Canada advice recommends that patients have no risk of taking these medications, the risk of cancer with regard to long-term impurities. Patients should not refrain from taking their medication if they do not have any healthcare provider advice.
What consumers need to do
- Follow your valsartan medication except You have been advised to stop your healthcare assistants.
- Contact your healthcare provider to discuss the treatment option if you have used the damaged product.
- Ask your pharmacist if you are not sure if you have taken the product you have recalled.
- Contact your healthcare provider with a reminder product and have concerns about your health.
- Contact Mylan by calling 1-800-575-1379 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Report any health or environmental product complaint to Canada Health.
The following Mylan valsartan products are being recalled.
(Note: There is a list of non-foreseeable pre-planned products in the previous valsartan list).
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