BURBANK, CALIFORNIA – A news article posted on local12.com reports that Bryant Ranch Prepack is recalling certain lots of its Methocabamol 500 mg tablets due to “wrong dosage is listed on some bottles.” The FDA reports that Bryant Ranch Prepack issued the recall of its muscle relaxer medications after it was found that one lot of its Methocabamol 500mg contained 750 mg tablets.
If a patient takes the wrong dose of Methocabamol, they could suffer life-threatening side effects. The side effects may include seizures, sedation, nausea, falls, fainting, coma, and death. Bryant Ranch Prepack stated that the company has not been advised of serious issues.
The recalled lot of Methocarbamol 500mg has a Lot Number 163935/ and an expiration date of 10/22. The product is identified by a red and white label that has a yellow border along the top and bottom of the product’s label. The top of the product’s label reads “Packaged by Bryant Ranch Prepack”.
Purchasers are urged to stop using the medication and to contact their pharmacist, prescribing medical professional, or Bryant Ranch Prepack via the information provided on its website, brppharma.com.
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