Safety Alerts & Recalls

Alerts for Hydrocodone with Acetaminophen

Title Date Published Source
FDA Issues Reminder Warning for Combination Medicines Containing Acetaminophen 2014-05-01
New FDA Recommendations Aimed at Cutting Risks from Acetaminophen 2014-01-15
FDA Works to Put Tighter Controls on Hydrocodone Combination Pain Killers 2013-10-25
Raras pero Graves Reacciones en la Piel con Paracetamol 2013-08-07
FDA Warns of Rare But Serious Skin Reaction with Acetaminophen 2013-08-05
Qualitest Recalls Over One Hundred Lots of Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Acetaminophen Tablets 2012-12-07
TGA Warns of Accidental Paracetamol Poisoning 2012-10-05
Watson Laboratories Recalls Oversized Hydrocodone Bitartrate and APAP Tablets, 10 mg/500 mg 2012-09-25
Qualitest Recalls One Lot of Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Acetaminophen Tablets 2012-09-12
VistaPharm Recalls Select Lot of Hydrocodone Bitartrate & Acetaminophen Oral Solution 2012-07-25
Possible Supply Shortage and Rare Tablet Mix-up For Opioid Pain Medications from Endo Pharmaceuticals 2012-01-09
Qualitest Recalls Four Lots of Butalbital, Acetaminophen, and Caffeine Tablets and Four Lots of Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Acetaminophen Tablets 2011-06-28
New Study: Mothers Taking Opioid Pain Medicines May Place Infants At Increased Risk for Birth Defects 2011-03-10
Qualitest Recalls Hydrocodone Bitartrate And Acetaminophen Tablets Because of Incorrect Package Labeling 2011-02-07
The FDA Takes New Steps Aimed at Cutting Risks of Severe Liver Injury from Acetaminophen 2011-01-13
FDA Requires Additional Labeling for Over-the-Counter Pain Relievers and Fever Reducers 2009-05-04
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