EpiPen Alert - 9/3/16 batch numbers

Alert - reports of expired EpiPen devices supplied in cartons within expiry.

A small number of reports have been received of discrepancies being noted between the batch numbers and expiry dates on EpiPen Adrenaline Auto-Injector cartons and the batch numbers and expiry dates on the EpiPen devices inside the cartons. The reports have come from pharmacies in a small area of Victoria.

Epipen 300 Microgram Adrenaline Injection Syringe Auto Injectors

https://www.tga.gov.au/alert/epipen-300-microgram-adrenaline-injection-syringe-auto-injectors

 

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