Products Affected - Description
Aquasol E drops, Pfizer
15 IU/0.3 mL, 12 mL bottle, 1 count (NDC 61703-0419-77) - discontinued
15 IU/0.3 mL, 30 mL bottle, 1 count (NDC 61703-0419-78) - discontinued
Vitamin E oral drops, Geritrex
15 IU/0.3 mL, 12 mL bottle, 1 count (UPC 92771-072512) - discontinued
Reason for the Shortage
- Geritrex discontinued vitamin E oral drops in January 2017.
- Pfizer (Hospira) discontinued Aquasol E oral drops in October 2016.
Aqueous Vitamin E oral drops, Silarx
15 IU/0.3 mL, 30 mL bottle, 1 count (NDC 54838-0005-30)
Estimated Resupply Dates
Silarx has vitamin E drops on back order and the company estimates a release date in mid-January 2017.
January 9, 2017; November 1, October 11, August 1, May 31, April 26, February 29, January 13, 2016; October 19, August 11, June 8, April 13, March 25 and 4, 2015; December 12, September 8, May 29, March 3, 2014; December 9, September 30 and 13, July 10, May 8, March 6, January 23, 2013; December 19, November 2, 2012, University of Utah, Drug Information Service. Copyright 2017, Drug Information Service, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.
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