All of the batches concerned: the pharmaceutical companies is calling in blood pressure and heart medicine back

The pharmaceutical company Pure Pharma BmbH & Co. KG has launched several products in the blood pressure and heart drug Candesartan. Reason for this is a labelling error in the thickness of the tablets.

The manufacturer of Pure returns to the heart medication Candesartan-comp Pure 32 mg/25 mg tablets Candesartan-comp Pure 32 mg/12.5 mg. Only last week there was a recall of individual batches, after an attentive Patient had reported incorrect information about the ingredients on the packaging.

The group is calling back now all medications

In a recent Red-Hand-letter, the group no longer warns only before each batch, but call back of all packs of Candesartan-comp Pure 32 mg/25 mg tablets (PZN 11354037) and Candesartan-comp Pure 32 mg/12.5 mg (PZN 11354008). Reason for the recall is a faulty indication of hydrochlorothiazide on individual packages. Accordingly, the indication of the strength of the blisters is correct. The error relates to the indication of the strength on the carton: 32 mg/12.5 mg instead of 32 mg/25 mg.

The error information of the thickness, it can come to a stop taking hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg instead of 12.5 mg of hydrochlorothiazide, increasing the risk of an increased diuresis and reduction in blood pressure cannot be excluded.

Candesartan-comp PURE 32 mg/25 mg 98 tablets
Candesartan-comp PURE 32 mg/12.5 mg 98 tablets

Batch number: JDSB18002-A, JDSB18003-A, JDSB18004-A, JDSB18005-A, JDSB18006-A, JDSB18007-A, JDSB18008-A, JDSB18009-A, JDSB18010-A, JDSB18011-A, JDSB18011-C, JDSB18012-A, JDSB18013-A, JDSB18015-A.

The pharmaceutical company is asking pharmacies to inform their customers of the supplements. Affected medicines to lock of pharmacies and wholesale immediately from the sale. In addition, Doctors have prescribed their patients with the drugs to inform them.

The initial delivery of the affected goods was made on 16. Of July 2018.

For questions the company is ready to stand by phone call 0800 2282847.