Infant Tylenol Recall for Consumer Problems using New Dosing System

Infant Tylenol Recall - FDA

(Best Syndication News) - McNeil Consumer Healthcare recalled around 574,000 bottles of 1 ounce sized grape flavored Infant Tylenol Oral Suspension medicine because of consumer complaints using the product’s “SimpleMeasure” dosing system. Seven lots of the over-the-counter product are involved in the recall and were distributed nationwide.

A protective flow restrictor could become pushed in when the syringe is inserted into the measuring system.

The company is recommending that consumers who have a flow restrictor that is pushed into the bottle to stop using it. If the flow restrictor is working fine Tylenol has prepared instructions on how to properly use the dosing system.

Consumers who have the pushed in flow restrictor can request a refund by following the instructions at the bottom of the manufacturer’s website page at Consumers can also call the company at 1-888-222-6036 (M-F between 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET and on Sat. or Sun. between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET).

McNeil Consumer Healthcare has prepared instructions on how to use their “SimpleMeasure” dosing system (see below).

By: Marsha Quinn
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Tylenol SimpleMeasure Dosing System Instructions

ref: FDA



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