A drug manufacturer is recalling bottles of one of its products because of a labeling error that provided people with pills that are double the expected dose, according to NJ.com.
C.O. Truxton, Inc. has issued a nationwide recall for bottles of its 15 mg Phenobarbital tablets because they may actually contain 30 mg tablets.
The company said it received a complaint from a consumer about the mislabeled bottles.
The product comes in 1,000-count bottles with lot number 70952A and an expiration date of Nov. 17. The bottles are identified by the UPC code 7 0463616010 6. The tablets are used as a sedative or an anticonvulsant.
The company is issuing recall notices to all affected customers, with protocol on refunds and replacements.
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