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Microbial Contamination of Robitussin Cough Medicine Causes Recall

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Microbial Contamination of Robitussin Cough Medicine Causes Recall

(CTN News) – The manufacturer of the popular cough suppressant, Haelon, has recalled certain bottles of Robitussin.

Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reported Wednesday that certain batches of Honey CF Max Day Adult and Robitussin Honey CF Max Nighttime Adult were contaminated.

In immunocompromised individuals, using the affected product may cause severe or life-threatening adverse effects, such as fungemia or disseminated fungal infection.

The announcement states that life-threatening infections are unlikely in people who are not immunocompromised, but it does acknowledge the possibility that medical treatment may be required.

There have been no reports of individuals becoming ill after using the affected cough syrup bottles, according to the company.

How can fungemia develop due to microbial contamination? Please take note of the following information:

Are there any recalled Robitussin products?

There has been a recall issued for eight lots of Honey CF Max Day Adult (40 oz and 8 oz) and Honey CF Max Nighttime Adult (8 oz).

Robitussin Honey CF Max Day Adult (40 oz), lot number T10810, expires on October 31, 2025. T08730, T08731, T08732, and T08733, with expiration dates of May 31, 2025 and September 30, 2025, respectively, are the lot numbers for Honey CF Max Day Adult (8 oz).

The recalled lot numbers for Honey CF Max Nighttime Adult (8 oz) are T08740 and T08742. Robitussin labels display the lot number and expiration date at the bottom right.

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