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Recall of some Jext® adrenaline (as tartrate) solution for injection in pre-filled pens

Information to patients with Jext®

Patients with a Jext® should check the batch number on the pen or the cardboard box.

Patients carrying a Jext® pen from the affected batches should continue to carry their Jext® pen until they have obtained a replacement adrenaline auto-injector from their health care professional.

Patients affected by the recall should contact their healthcare professional to receive a new adrenaline pen. Patients should ensure they understand how to use their replacement auto-injector correctly.

Below are a list of the affected batch numbers:

0000907947 0000884202 0000862719 0000853456 0000890991 0000804924 0000785381
0000748008 0000900033 0000874587 0000858432 0000860701 0000837516 0000874585
0000829690 0000810356 0000800083 0000774775 0000780782 0000750808 0000733979

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