Apotex recalls allergy nasal spray due to glass particles

Apotex yesterday issued a voluntary recall of one lot of fluticasone propionate allergy nasal spray devices, noting that they may contain small glass particles. The company first discovered the issue thanks to a customer complaint. The glass particles could block the device’s actuator, according to Apotex, and impact the pump’s functionality. Get the full story at our sister site, Drug Delivery Business News. The post Apotex recalls allergy nasal spray due to glass particles appeared first on MassDevice.
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