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Voluntary Recall of Daytrana Patch Issued
Shire has issued a voluntary recall of some Daytrana patches due to difficulty removing the liner.
Wednesday August 27th - 1:39pm
The pharmaceutical company Shire has issued a voluntary recall of some of their Daytrana skin patches. The patches administer medication to treat ADHD.
The recall is not safety related, and all Daytrana patches, including those recalled, can continue to be used.
Shire recalled the selected lots of Daytrana patches because the release liner was difficult to remove. Noven Pharmaceuticals, which makes the patches for Shire, has recently stated that they have identified the potential cause of this difficulty, and have also found a solution.
Shire has stated that it does not anticipate a shortage of the medication due to the recall.