(FOX BUSINESS) – Altaire Pharmaceuticals Inc. announced Wednesday that it has voluntarily recalled several of its eye drops and concerns due to sterility concerns.
The New York-based company said in a statement that it was initiating the voluntary recall due to "management concerns regarding the sufficiency of quality assurance controls over critical systems in the manufacturing facility."
The company said the administration of a "non-sterile product intended to be sterile" could result in serious and Life-threatening infections or it could be fatal. The company said it did not receive any reports of adverse effects.
The company said it was recalling over-the-counter products sold at Walmart that were shipped to the retailer on specific dates. The products include Equate Restore Tears Lubricant Eye Drops, Equate Eye Allergy Relief Drops, Equate Sterile Lubricant Stye Ointment, Equate Comfort Gel Lubricant Eye Gel, Equate Restore PM Nighttime Lubricant Eye Ointment , Equate Support Advanced Twin Pack, Equate Support Advanced Lubricant Gel Drops, Equate Support Moisture Lubricant Eye Drops and Support Harmony Lubricant Eye Drops. Click Here Opens a New Window.
Altaire said it was recalling products sold at Walgreens including Lubricant Eye Drops Moisturizing, Lubricant Eye Drops Moisturizing Twin Pack, Sodium Chloride Ophthalmic Ointment 5 Percent Hypertonicity Eye Ointment , 5 percent Hypertonicity Eye Drops and Lubricant Eye Ointment PF Soothing. For full list of recalls and lot numbers, click here
The company said it also voluntarily recalled 59 lots of prescription comments and 1
The company said it has reported Walgreens, Perrigo and Walmart regarding the recalls. It has asked consumers to contact the company with questions and to see a doctor if they have experienced any problems.
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