Flagged in recent inspections for apparent safety lapses, a compounding pharmacy in Conway, Arkansas, is voluntarily recalling all lots of its sterile products for humans and animals that were distributed between March 14, 2015, and September 9, 2015, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced today.
The pharmacy, US Compounding, is taking the action "due to (FDA) concern over a lack of sterility assurance," the company said in a news release posted on the agency's website.
The recalled products for humans — the vast majority are injectables — include testosterone, corticosteroids, glycopyrrolate, fentanyl, and the vasodilator alprostadil. Also on the list are topical ophthalmic drugs. The products were distributed to patients and healthcare providers alike.