Is there a recall on infant Tylenol?

Today McNeil Consumer Healthcare announced a voluntary recall of the U.S., Infants’ TYLENOL® Oral Suspension, 1 oz. Grape. We’re recalling the product at the retail level after receiving a small number of complaints from consumers who reported difficulty using the product’s SimpleMeasure™ dosing system.

What Tylenol has been recalled?

McNeil recalls three Tylenol Cold products due to labeling errors: Daytime 8-ounce Citrus Burst, Severe 8-Ounce Cool Burst, and Nighttime 8-Ounce Cool Burst. The product labels contain no mention of trace amounts of alcohol, although the information is included on the packaging.

When did Tylenol get recalled?

September 2009 — Recall of Tylenol contaminated by bacteria.

Is Tylenol safe for babies?

Tylenol, when used correctly, is a safe and effective option for managing pain and fevers. The active ingredient, acetaminophen, also comes in a generic form. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommend consulting a pediatrician before giving Tylenol or other acetaminophen-based drugs to babies under 3 months old.

Was Tylenol Extra Strength recalled?

McNeil Consumer Healthcare announced a voluntary recall of one lot of Tylenol (acetaminophen) Extra Strength Caplets, 225-count bottles. The affected products being recalled have the Lot #ABA619 and UPC code 300450444271.

Is there a recall on children’s Tylenol and Motrin?

Johnson & Johnson’s consumer division announced a broad recall of products, including certain liquid infant’s and children’s Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec, and Benadryl products late on Friday. “We want to be certain that consumers discontinue using these products,” FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg said in a statement.

When was Tylenol poisoned?

Sept. 29, 1982
The killer’s motives remain unknown, but his — or her, or their — technical savvy is as chilling today as it was 30 years ago. On Sept. 29, 1982, three people died in the Chicago area after taking cyanide-laced Tylenol at the outset of a poisoning spree that would claim seven lives by Oct. 1.

Was the Tylenol killer ever found?

Bergmann, Joy (November 2, 2000). “A Bitter Pill – Someone Killed Seven People by Putting Cyanide in Tylenol Capsules – When James Lewis Was Caught for Writing an Extortion Letter, Prosecutors Appeared To Stop Looking for the Killer – Almost 20 Years Later No One Has Been Convicted of the Murders”.

Did they find the Tylenol killer?

Yet, the killer was never found. The Tylenol poisonings remain one of the nation’s most notorious unsolved murder mysteries. There hasn’t been much new with the investigation, at least publicly, in more than a decade. Many witnesses and suspects are in their 70s now, or have passed away.

Is it OK to give teething baby Tylenol every night?

You can give your child a new dose every 4 to 6 hours as needed, but you shouldn’t give them more than 5 doses in a 24-hour period, per the AAP. It might be better to use Tylenol for teething relief at night or before long naps to distract your child from their discomfort.

What is the difference between infant Tylenol and Children’s Tylenol?

Tylenol For Infants And Children Is The Same. Why Does 1 Cost 3 Times More? Infants’ Tylenol comes with a dosing syringe, while Children’s Tylenol has a plastic cup. Both contain the same concentration of the active ingredient, acetaminophen.

Are there any recalls on infant Tylenol products?

Infant Tylenol Recalled. This is the latest in a string of recalls of Tylenol and other Johnson & Johnson products involving familiar brands such as Rolaids, and Tylenol products for arthritis, cold and flu, allergies, and sinus pain. More information on the recall, and a video demonstrating how to use the product’s dosing system,…

What kind of bacteria is in infant Tylenol?

B Cepacia has been known to cause pneumonia in those with weakened immune systems, such as infants, children, the elederly and sick people. The B. Cepacia bacteria was found in some of the ingredients used to make these Tylenol products.

What to do if there is a recall on Tylenol?

Refund on recalls – I called Tylenol and they said to check the products you have at home against their UPC Code recall list. If you have one of the products on the list, call Tylenol back and let them know. They will send you a coupon for another bottle of Tylenol. I’m cheap, too. Target brand is exactly what we have been using.

Where are the lot numbers on Tylenol 4oz?

Consumers can find the lot numbers on the bottom of the box containing the product and also on the sticker that surrounds the product bottle. If you have more questions, please contact our consumer call center at 1-800-962-5357. 300450296047 2960400 SBM042, SCM015, SCM036, SDM034 Children’s Tylenol Suspension 4oz.