Products Affected - Description
Retavase Injection, Cornerstone Therapeutics (formerly EKR Therapeutics)
Half Kit, one 10.4 unit single use vial (NDC 24477-0040-01)
Full Kit, two 10.4 unit single use vials (NDC 24477-0041-02)
Reason for the Shortage
Cornerstone Therapeutics acquired EKR Therapeutics in June 2012. EKR Therapeutics had previously purchased Retavase from PDL BioPharma. Cornerstone is seeking FDA approval of a new supplier of the active pharmaceutical ingredient for Retevase.
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Estimated Resupply Dates
Cornerstone Therapeutics has Retavase on long-term back order and the company cannot estimate a release date.
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