Teva recalls 75 bottles of antibacterial drug

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. on Wednesday disclosed a recall it began in October of 75 bottles of antibacterial tablets known as metronidazole. Teva said it already has gotten back 50 of the affected bottles, which contain about 250 tablets each of 250-millgram metronidazole tablets. It recalled the medication because some of the tablets in the affected lot are underweight and may not deliver a full dose, and that could cause an infection to get worse or recur, the company said.

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