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Power Outage, Washington County, Iowa, IA, USA

2 weeks ago

Iowa, United States

More than 2,000 customers lost power between Keokuk, Poweshiek and Washington Counties as the storms moved through. As of 12:40 a.m., more than 500 customers remained without power.

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Company name: Jacobus Pharmaceutical Company Inc.
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Oral products heavily contaminated with yeast, mold, and aerobic bacteria may result in serious and life-threatening infections. The use of the defective product in patients with underlying immunosuppressive conditions such as Lambert Eaton Syndrome (LEMS) increases the concern for serious infections.

The product is used as a treatment for LEMS in patients ages 6 to less than 17 and is packaged in 100 count bottles (NDC: 49938-110-01). The affected Ruzurgi® (amifampridine) tablets lots include the following control numbers and expiration dates:
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The Control Number is located to the right of the bottle’s front panel below the D2 Barcode. Ruzurgi® (amifampridine) was distributed worldwide to specialty pharmacies and physicians.

Jacobus was informed of this issue by their Canadian partner that was conducting confirmatory full testing on Control Number 18038. Jacobus conducted an expanded investigation which identified Control Numbers 18039 and 18079.

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Jacobus Pharmaceutical Company Inc is notifying its distributors and customers via regular mail and electronic mail and is arranging for the return of all recalled products.

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Cardinal Health notified its distributors and customers by overnight delivery of a notification packet on August 5, 2021 and is arranging for return of all recalled products.

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Check the full recall details on fda.gov

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