[13 January 2014]
Products Affected - Description
Amifostine Injection, Caraco
500 mg/10 mL vial, packages of 1 (NDC 47335-0581-40)
500 mg/10 mL vial, packages of 3 (NDC 47335-0581-42)
Reason for the Shortage
- Caraco could not provide a reason for the shortage.
- Medimmune discontinued brand name Ethyol 500 mg injection in August, 2009.
Amifostine Injection, Bedford
500 mg/10 mL vials, packages of 3 (NDC 55390-0308-03)
Estimated Resupply Dates
Caraco has amifostine injection on back order and the company cannot estimate a release date.
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