Novo Nordisk is recalling insulin cartridge holders used in some NovoPen insulin pen devices distributed in the U.S. because the holders may crack or break if exposed to certain chemicals such as cleaning agents. Using a cracked or broken cartridge holder could cause the pen to deliver a smaller dose of insulin that intended, which could lead to high blood sugar and potential health problems. The affected batches were distributed between Aug. 1, 2016, and June 22, and have the following batch numbers: EVG1221, EVG1226, FVG7149, FVG7458, FVG8134, FVG8135. Novo Nordisk has received numerous complaints of damaged cartridge holders and ... Read More
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