Teva Re­calls Drug Made by In­dian Ally

The Economic Times - - Companies -

Is­rael’s Teva is re­call­ing nearly 39,000 bot­tles of three drugs man­u­fac­tured by its In­dian sup­plier Em­cure in the US mar­ket due to vi­o­la­tion of man­u­fac­tur­ing norms. The re­call in­cludes anti-di­a­betic gly­buride and met­formin hy­drochlo­ride tablets, anti-in­flam­ma­tory drug in­domethacin and hy­per­ten­sion drug methyl­dopa. As per the USFDA web­site, it has re­called 2,532 bot­tles of gly­buride and met­formin hy­drochlo­ride tablets.

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