Perrigo recalls children's oral drop medicines

08/2/2005 | MSNBC

Four types of liquid pain, cough and cold drop medications for children that are packaged with syringes have been recalled voluntarily by maker Perrigo Co., due to concerns that the syringes could make it difficult to measure proper doses. Products that were recalled include Cherry Flavor Infant Pain Reliever 160 mg Acetaminophen, Grape Flavor Infant Pain Reliever 160 mg Acetaminophen, Cherry Flavor Cough and Cold Infant Drops, and Cherry Flavor Decongestant and Cough Infant Drops.

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