Ameridose, Tied to Meningitis Outbreak, Recalls Product

Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 1-Nov-2012

A company with ties to the founders of the pharmacy that is associated with the meningitis outbreak, announced a recall of every product it manufacturers on Wednesday, according to the Food and Drug Administration.

According to safety advocates, the recall was announced because of concerns surrounding the sterility of products made by the company, identified as Ameridose.

Known for its production of injectable pharmaceuticals, Ameridose agreed to officials calls that they shut their plant down so that investigations and inspections can take place, which will either insure the safety of their products or reveal dangers associated with lacking sterility.

Best known for manufacturing anesthesia products, Ameridose was tied to the contaminated steroids that claimed the lives of more than 28 people across the nation.

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