Particles found in Baxter International IV solutions: MFDA

A warning against using the use of intravenous solutions made by the US pharmaceutical company Baxter International has been issued by the Maldives Food and Drug Authority (MFDA) today (July 10), reports local media.

Particles inside IV bottles were found by the MFDA on three occasions, which could mean the standard of the IV solutions could be compromised and potentially harm patients, said the MFDA alert.

The MFDA has urged vigilance and that all IV solutions be returned to the authority. They are “looking into the matter” as well as inspecting the warehouses where the IV bottles are stored.


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  1. Uh-oh. The Dhivehistani conspiracy theorists will have a field day with this one. "Amreekaa trying to poison us!" "Big Pharma is Islamophobic!" "The Crusades are alive and kicking!" "Pharoah Baxter wants to make us all infertile!"


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