Dangerous drugs: Teva recalls vials of tainted Adrucil

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Tennessee residents are exposed to a multitude of potential hazards posed by dangerous or defective products on a daily basis. It could be tainted food, dangerous chemicals in household cleaners or defective equipment, among others. However, consumers are exceptionally vulnerable when they are treated with defective medical products or dangerous drugs that could lead to severe — and even life-threatening — conditions and unanticipated medical expenses. The branch of Teva that manufactures intravenous and intramuscular injections recently announced the voluntary recall of Adrucil. The company reported that it identified eight lots of Adrucil containing particulate matter. The foreign matter was…

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Tennessee defective products: Certain 2013 Dodge Darts recalled

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Chrysler Group recently announced the recall of a certain number of Dodge Dart vehicles. The defective products recall stems from defects with side airbags that might not deploy in an accident. The automaker will be recalling a total of 374 Dart model cars manufactured in the year 2013. The Dart model affected is equipped with a specialized trim package referred to as Mopar 13. The manufacturer, which is controlled by the company Fiat SpA, says that the seat-mounted airbags might not have been installed properly. Tennessee Dart drivers can contact their local Chrysler dealership to inquire if they have been…

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