I am Currently Taking One of These Drugs, What Do I Do?
If you are currently taking any of these medications, Gateway Health will contact you and your physician. You can also take these steps if you think you took something that has been recalled:
- Call your doctor right away to discuss a safe and effective alternative.
- If you have questions about how to properly dispose of the drug, call the pharmacy that filled the drug for help.
Your doctor will be able to answer your questions about how this may or may not have an effect on your health. There are covered alternatives that may be available to replace the drug that has been recalled. If your doctor has questions about coverage of an alternative drug that has been or will be prescribed for you, your doctor can call our pharmacy services department.
Drug and Safety Recalls
Gateway Health has been notified by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that these medications will no longer be available due to safety reasons.
||Date Withdrawn from the Market
|Sanofi US® is voluntarily recalling all Auvi-Q (epinephrine injection, USP) auto injectors.
||Date Released: 10/29/2015
|Abbott Diabetes Care is voluntarily recalling the FreeStyle InsuLinx Blood Glucose Meters
||Date Released: 4/15/2013
|The LifeScan unit of Johnson and Johnson voluntarily recalls all One Touch Verio IQ Glucose Meters
||Date released: 3/25/2013
|Reckitt Benckiser to discontinue the sale of Suboxone Tablets
||Date released: 9/25/2012
|All propoxyphene containing products, sold as Darvocet, Darvon-N, propoxyphene-acetaminophen, and propoxyphene
||Date released: 11/19/2010
|ALL lots of Octagam (Immune Globulin Intravenous (Human)) 5% Liquid Preparation
||Date released: 9/23/2010
|Moban tablets all strengths
(5mg, 10mg, 25mg, and 50mg)
Discontinuation by Endo Pharmaceuticals
|Supply expected to be depleted by June 30, 2010