Lupin Recalls Over 23,000 Bottles of Antibiotic Drug in U.S.

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Drug major Lupin is recalling over 23,000 bottles of an antibiotic drug in the U.S. for being sub-potent, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) said.

As per the latest Enforcement Report issued by the USFDA, Lupin Somerset is recalling 23,460 bottles of Nitrofurantoin oral suspension which is used to treat or prevent certain bladder infections. The company is recalling the lot “due to below specification results for assay,” it added.

The drug is manufactured by Novel Laboratories

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