Products Affected - Description
Totect kit, Biocodex USA
500 mg, vial, (only for extravasation injuries) 10 count (NDC 38423-0110-01)
Reason for the Shortage
- Biocodex USA acquired Totect from Apricus Pharmaceuticals in April 2013.
- Mylan Institutional could not provide a reason for the shortage.
- West-Ward Pharmaceuticals' parent company, Hikma Pharmaceuticals, acquired dexrazoxane injection from Bedford in July 2014. West-Ward is not actively marketing dexrazoxane injection at this time.
Zinecard injection, Pfizer
250 mg vial, 1 count (NDC 00013-8717-62)
500 mg, vial, 1 count (NDC 00013-8727-89)
Dexrazoxane injection, Mylan Institutional
250 mg, vial, 1 count (NDC 67457-0207-25)
500 mg, vial, 1 count (NDC 67457-0208-50)
Estimated Resupply Dates
Biocodex USA has not yet started manufacturing Totect and the company cannot estimate when product will be available.
July 26, 15 and 7, June 22 and 2, March 23, February 25 and 2, 2016; October 29, August 26 and 5, July 1, May 14, March 9, January 21, 2015; November 20, October 13, August 8, June 2, April 3, 2014; December 23, October 28, September 23, August 29 and 6, July 25 and 15, May 28, April 17, February 26 and 22, 2013; December 17, November 30, September 14, July 26, June 5, May 25, April 17, March 8, January 13 and 11, 2012; December 15, November 30, 2011, University of Utah, Drug Information Service. Copyright 2016, Drug Information Service, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.
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