Blood pressure medication recalled for labeling mix-upPosted: Updated:
A blood pressure medication has been recalled for a labeling mix-up that could have "life-threatening" effects, according to the FDA.
"Accord Healthcare" has recalled one lot of 12.5 mg hydrochlorothiazide tablets after a bottle was found to have 100 tablets of Spironolactone.
Both drugs are used to treat high blood pressure, but the other type can raise potassium levels and result in extreme adverse effects in some patients.
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