Some injectable medications used to treat severe acid reflux and other gastrointestinal conditions are being recalled because tiny strands of glass were found in some vials. If the glass comes loose and is injected in to patients, it could cause serious and potentially life threatening consequences. The nationwide recall involves one lot of metoclopramide injection and two lots of ondansetron injection. Metocloparmide is known by the brand name Reglan and is used to treat gastric esophageal reflux disease (GERD), and a heartburn condition known as gastroparesis in diabetics. Ondansetron, known by the brand names Zofran and Zuplenz, prevents nausea and vomiting ... Read More
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