ETHEX Morphine Sulfate Recall

The lawyers at Morgan & Morgan reviewed cases against ETHEX
CORPORATION, a manufacturer of the pain medication Morphine Sulfate
which admits to manufacturing and distributing Morphine pills with
double the prescribed strength. Consumers are at the risk of morphine
overdose which could lead to side effects including breathing problems,
erratic behavior, seizures, low blood pressure, nausea and vomiting and
even death.

The FDA Alert

On June 10, 2008 the FDA issued a MedWatch Email Alert, “Morphine
Sulfate 60 mg Extended Release Tablets – Recall of a Single Lot Due to a
Report of a Tablet With Twice the Appropriate Thickness”. A few days
later, however, ETHEX expanded their morphine pill recall to include
specific additional lots of morphine sulfate 60 mg extended release
tablets, and specific lots of morphine sulfate 30 mg extended release
tablets, as a precaution, due to the possible presence of oversized
tablets.

ETHEX Recall

Oversized tablets may contain as much as two times the labeled
level of active morphine sulfate. The recalled lots were distributed by
ETHEX Corporation under an “ETHEX” label between June 2006 and May 2008.

The lot numbers involved in the recall are:

  • Morphine Sulfate ER 30mg Tablet/NDC # 58177-320-04: Lots 75090,
    77846, 77847, 80048, 83320, 89661, 89665, 90252 through 90258, and 93284

  • Morphine Sulfate ER 60mg Tablet/NDC # 58177-330-04: Lots 91762
    (previously reported), 75091, 75092, 77848 through 77851, 82517, 82518,
    83333, 83817, 83862, 84111, 84112, 84315, 84900, 85326, 85335, 85807,
    86270 through 86276, 87723, 87939, 88007, 89083, 89668, 89669, 89821,
    90260 through 90272, and 91763 through 91765.

According to the ETHEX June 13 Press Release, there are indications the
drug company is unsure how and when the oversized tablets were being
produced and distributed.

We are no longer taking cases against cases against ETHEX
CORPORATION. The lawyers at Morgan & Morgan are committed to holding drug
companies accountable for subjecting consumers to dangerous drugs[1]. Consult our active class action lawsuits[2] to research drug manufacturers if you are on any medication. To keep informed about any potentially dangerous drugs, visit classaction.com[3].

References

  1. ^ dangerous drugs (www.forthepeople.com)
  2. ^ class action lawsuits (www.forthepeople.com)
  3. ^ classaction.com (www.classaction.com)

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