Potential contamination prompts kids' medication recall
Dozens of medications for children and infants are being recalled because of potential microbial contamination.
The FDA reported on Wednesday that King Bio is recalling 32 products – ranging from medication for chicken pox symptoms to treatments to help children’s attention and learning.
The company says a “small percentage of its products” that were manufactured between Aug. 1, 2017 and April 2018 tested positive for the contamination.
King Bio says the recall is a precaution, and the company has not received any reports of injury or illness.
The list includes:
DK Attention & Learning Enh.
Chicken Pox Symptom Relief
Children's Appetite & Weight
Children's Appetite Enhance
Children's Cough Relief
Children's Fever Reliever
Children's Growth & Development
DK Newborn Tonic
DK Nosebleed Relief
Children's Ear Relief Formula
DK Colic Relief
Kids Multi-Strain Flu Relief
Kids Stress & Anxiety
Kids Sleep Aid
Kids Bed Wetting (NP)
Kids Candida 4 oz
Kids Attention & Learning (SCRX)
Bed Wetting Prevention (SCRX)
Chicken Pox Symptom Relief (SCRX)
Children’s Cough (SCRX)
Children’s Ear Formula (SCRX)
Children’s Fever Reliever (SCRX)
Children’s Growth & Development (SCRX)
Colic Relief (SCRX)
Newborn Tonic (SCRX)
Tummy Aches (SCRX)
Children’s Appetite & Weight (SCRX)
Children’s Appetite Enhancer (SCRX)
The company is telling consumers to avoid using the products.
If you have any questions, you can reach the company at 866-298-2740 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org during business hours, Monday through Thursday between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. EST.