PMI Nutrition International has recalled a total of seven varieties of the LabDiet® and Mazuri® feed products due to the potential for an elevated vitamin D level in these products. Elevated vitamin D levels can be harmful to animals if fed for extended periods.
This recall is being posted in the event any veterinary clinics use this equipment. Maquet Critical Care AB and MAQUET Medical Systems USA has issued an update regarding its voluntary worldwide field correction for its C20, C30 and C40 FLOW-i Anesthesia Systems.
Pedigree recalls 3 types of PEDIGREE® weight management canned dog food products due to a potential choking risk. Cans of this product may contain small pieces of blue plastic, which broke off a conveyor belt during the production process.
This recall is being posted as some veterinary clinics may use this medication in treating their patients. Bedford Laboratories announced a voluntary hospital/user‐level recall for Vecuronium Bromide for Injection, 20 mg vial – NDC #55390‐039‐10, Lot 2067134 – Exp. Date 5/31/2013.
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Tests have confirmed that a Crook County resident has been sickened by Yersinia pestis bacteria (plague). Plague is spread to humans or animals through a bite from an infected flea or by contact with an animal sick with the disease.
This recall involves eight models of Happy Mouth wire mouth bits used with a bridle in horseback riding.
Environmental sampling by the FDA of the Franck's Compounding Pharmacy clean room revealed the presence of microorganisms and fungal growth. In light of the FDA’s findings and the resulting possible risk of infection, Franck's has recalled all human and veterinary sterile preparations that have left their control as well as all sterile preparations provided since November 21, 2011.
Specific Gentle Leader® Headcollars, sold from August 2011 – May 10, 2012, may have a defect in the quick release neck strap buckle, which causes an unintended release, and have been recalled. See the link for product details.
Nestlé Purina PetCare has recalled one lot of its Purina Veterinary Diets® OM Overweight Management canned cat food, available through veterinarians in the U.S. and Canada. Analytical testing of the product sample by FDA indicated a low level of thiamine (Vitamin B1).
WellPet LLC announced a voluntary recall of one recipe of Wellness® dry dog food after being notified by Diamond Pet Foods regarding the presence of Salmonella in Diamond’s Gaston, South Carolina facility.
Human cases of Salmonella Infantis infection have been linked to recently recalled dry dog food products manufactured by Diamond Pet Foods in their South Carolina plant.
Kaytee Pet Products is recalling a single manufacturing batch of Kaytee Forti-Diet Pro Health Mouse, Rat and Hamster due to possible contamination with Salmonella. This product was not originally distributed in Oregon, but was distributed in Washington.
American Regent is recalling Epinephrine Injection, USP, 1:1000, 1 mL Ampules, NDC #0517-1071-25 Lot #1395, Exp Date: July 2012.
Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), also known as Mad Cow Disease, is a chronic, fatal disease that affects the central nervous system of cattle. The nation's fourth case was reported in a central California dairy cow in April 2012. Results confirmed the animal was positive for atypical BSE, a "very rare" form of the disease not generally associated with infected feed. The cow did not enter the human food supply. Milk does not spread BSE.
Kaytee, a Central Garden & Pet brand, is recalling two products, Kaytee exact® Hand Feeding Formula Baby Birds and Kaytee exact® Hand Feeding Formula Baby Macaw, due to high levels of vitamin D. These products are used primarily by bird breeders for feeding baby birds. Baby birds being fed the formula may run the risk of kidney failure when ingesting the product.
Cyanobacterial poisoning is an acute, often fatal condition caused by the ingestion of high concentrations of toxins from blue-green algae, or cyanobacteria, in water.
American Regent is undertaking this voluntary recall of Cyanocobalamin Injection, USP, lots: 1662, 1679, and 1683 because cracks can form in the heel (bottom) and sides of some vials of these lots. These cracks may lead to a lack of assurance of sterility and the potential for development of glass particulates. This drug can be used in veterinary medicine for treatment of Vitamin B12 deficiencies as well as certain types of anemia.
The Hartz Mountain Corporation has recalled product from four specific lots of Wardley® Advanced Nutrition™ Perfect Protein™ Tropical Flake Fish Food 1 oz. size due to concerns that one or more containers within the specified lots may have been potentially contaminated with Salmonella.
Just type in your name or your hospital’s name into Google and all sorts of stuff shows up. Some good, some bad and maybe some really awful! In this world of universal, instant and fairly anonymous communications using the Internet and especially social media, both good and bad things can happen.
Dr. Sheri Morris of Willamette Valley Animal Hospital in Keizer is the newest president of the OVMA.
American Regent is recalling Phenylephrine HCl Injection, USP, Lot 0693 due to potential safety concerns stemming from the identification of visible particles found in some retained samples of this lot.
Bedford Lboratories™ announces a nationwide voluntary recall for the following three lots of Cytarabine for Injection, USP: Cytarabine for injection, USP 1 gram per viral - NDC #55390-133-01.
The U.S Food and Drug Administration is warning dental and veterinary professionals to not purchase or use certain potentially unsafe hand-held dental X-ray units. The FDA is concerned that these devices may not be safe or effective and could expose the user and the patient to unnecessary and potentially harmful X-rays. The units, sold online by manufacturers outside the United States and directly shipped to U.S. customers, have not been reviewed by the FDA and do not meet FDA radiation safety requirements.