The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning patients and health care providers that budesonide solution, used for nasal irrigation, from The Compounding Shop of St. Petersburg, Fla., may be contaminated and should not be used or administered to patients. Visible, white floating material was observed in a 1000mL bottle of the nasal spray and was later identified as a fungus. The FDA is concerned that other budesonide solution products from The Compounding Shop may be contaminated. Budesonide solution is labeled “for inhalation only.” Oral inhalation products, such as budesonide solution, are required to be sterile. Contaminated drug products, whether ... Read More
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