Bacitracin Topical Ointment

[09 March 2015]

Products Affected - Description

Bacitracin 500 unit/gram Ointment, Altaire
30 gram tube (NDC 59390-0026-17) - discontinued

Reason for the Shortage

Altaire discontinued topical bacitracin ointment in 2015.

Available Products

Bacitracin 500 unit/gram Ointment, Actavis
15 gram tube (NDC 00472-1105-34)
30 gram tube (NDC 00472-1105-56)

Bacitracin 500 unit/gram Ointment, G&W Labs
30 gram tube (NDC 00713-0280-31)

Bacitracin 500 unit/gram Ointment, Perrigo
0.9 gram, unit-dose, 144 count (NDC 45802-0060-70)
15 gram tube (NDC 45802-0060-01)
30 gram tube (NDC 45802-0060-03)
Bacitracin 500 unit/gram Ointment, Qualitest
30 gram tube (NDC 00603-0441-50)
Bacitracin 500 unit/gram Ointment, Sandoz
0.9 gram foil packets, unit-dose, 144 count (NDC 00168-0111-09)
15 gram tube (NDC 00168-0011-35)
30 gram tube (NDC 00168-0011-31)
120 gram tube (NDC 00168-0011-04)
454 gram jar (NDC 00168-0011-16)

Estimated Resupply Dates

All presentations are currently available.

Related Shortages


March 9, February 4 and 23, January 12, 2015; November 10, October 22, October 3, September 17, August 27, August 8, July 16, June 5, 2014, University of Utah, Drug Information Service. Copyright 2015, Drug Information Service, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.


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