Infant Tylenol Bottles Recalled
3/28/2012Grape-flavored infants’ Tylenol bottles have been nationally recalled on a voluntary basis. The recall is due to a problem associated with the attached dosage apparatus, which was causing users to administer the wrong dosage amounts.
The apparatus attached to the infant Tylenol bottles consists of a dosing syringe, which measures the amount of Tylenol via a “flow restrictor.” Reports were allegedly made that consumers purchased grape-flavored infants’ Tylenol bottles that already had the flow restrictor pushed into the bottle. No injuries due to the defective dosage system have been reported, and Johnson & Johnson reported the chances of any health issues resulting from inaccurate dosages are low.
This isn’t the first time that Tylenol has issued recalls for their products. Last year Tylenol 8-Hour Extended Release lots were recalled due to a suspicious odor. Other problems over the last decade prompted recalls for hundreds of thousands of Tylenol bottles.
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