Posts Tagged ‘recall’

Kiddu car seat recall

Monday, June 29th, 2015

Kiddu have recalled the Kiddu Lane 123 car seat that was sold by supermarkets Tesco and Asda between June 2012 and May 2015. This follows an incident where a 2 year old boy fell out of his car seat and into the front of the car, banging himself on the gear stick when the car he was in made an emergency stop.

Kiddu car seat recall

A statement on their website, www.kiddu.eu says :-

“We have identified a problem with the above car seat with DS07 or YS07 markings on stitched label on the side cover of the booster part of seat or imprinted markings on underside of the booster seat.

Unfortunately, it has come to light that there is a potential safety issue with the Kiddu Lane Group 1/2/3 Car Seat sold from June 2012 until May 2015 when used in a Group 1 format i.e. with the buckle and harness. We have noted that in rare cases due to a potential manufacturing defect, the buckle may open in the event of an impact.

Although the number of cases reported are very low we nonetheless deem that safety of children’s products is our absolute priority. We therefore recommend that you immediately stop using the product as a Group 1 car seat (i.e. with the buckle and harness) and contact us on 0161-702-5061 for further advice.

If you are using this product as a High Back Booster (Group 2) or Booster (Group 3) which uses the car seat belt rather than the harness, this recall does not affect this part of the product. Should you have any concerns about using this product as a Booster please contact our Helpline on 0161 702 5061 where a dedicated member of our team will be able to advise you.

We are very sorry for any disappointment and inconvenience this may cause, but we hope you understand that your child’s safety is our highest priority.”

Tixylix cough and cold medicine recall

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Tixylix , paediatric liquid cough and cold medicines

Novartis Consumer Health UK Ltd have announced that it is recalling certain batches of Tixylix paediatric liquid cough and cold medicines, because of a potential manufacturing defect with the tamper seal that could result in small pieces of plastic being found in the bottles.

  • Tixylix Toddler Syrup 100ml
  • Tixylix Toddler Syrup 150ml
  • Tixylix Baby Syrup 100ml
  • Tixylix Blackcurrant Flavour Syrup 100ml
  • Tixylix Chesty Cough 100ml

What customers should do :-

Consumers are asked to return these products to the place of purchase for a refund. These medicines were on sale in a variety of supermarkets, including Tesco and Sainsburys.

Contact details:-

Anyone with concerns or requiring further information about batch numbers (found on the bottle label next to the expiry date) or how to return the products and receive a full refund, can contact the consumer enquiries team on 0800 854 100 or by visiting www.tixylix.co.uk

A product recall for Boots own brand children’s medicines was also issued recently- details on the Chiggs blog here

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Boots recall own brand medicines

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

High Street and online pharmacist Boots has issued a recall notice for some of their own brand children’s ibuprofen and some cough medicines.

The company said that due to a manufacturing fault in the making of the tamper seal, small pieces of plastic may be found in the affected products.

The Boots Children’s Ibuprofen affected by this recall are:-

Boots Pharmaceuticals Paracetamol 6 years Plus oral solution (200mg/5ml)

Boots Pharmaceuticals Ibuprofen 3 Months Plus oral suspension, strawberry flavour (100mg/5ml)  

Almus Ibuprofen Oral Suspension, 3 months plus, Strawberry Flavour, (100mg/5ml)

Other Boots products that also may be affected, and have been recalled are:-

Boots Pharmaceuticals Chesty Cough Relief (100mg/5ml oral solution)

Boots Pharmaceuticals Dry Cough Relief oral solution

Boots Pharmaceuticals Mucus Cough Relief (100mg/5ml oral solution)

All products were sold between September 2013 and November 2013

Shoppers are requested to return the medicine to a Boots store as a precautionary measure, where they will get a refund.

Anyone with questions can telephone the Boots Customer Care Line on 0800 915 0004, or contact the healthcare team at a Boots store.