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NHS Highland flags product recall over children's vitamin drops after reports of pipette damage


By Hector MacKenzie

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NHS Highland has highlighted the specific lot which has been recalled.
NHS Highland has highlighted the specific lot which has been recalled.

There has been a national recall of the Prohealth Vitamin D3 Children’s Drops due to reports of damage to the pipette.

The specific batch of vitamin D drops being recalled is LOT 2101001.

An NHS Highland spokeswoman said: "We can confirm that this has recently been distributed within the Highland Council area.

"We have had no reports of any damage to the product in our area. Our Health Information and Resources team are able to identify where these vitamins have been distributed and we are contacting them all individually to advise them of the product recall and asking them to check the LOT number on their supply.

NHS Highland has highlighted the specific lot which has been recalled.
NHS Highland has highlighted the specific lot which has been recalled.

"Colleagues have also been asked to stop distribution of product with this LOT number. If you do have an affected batch please safely dispose of the vitamins at home. You can contact our Health Information and Resources team to request more vitamins – hirs.mailbox@nhs.scot or 01463 704647.

"We understand that this may cause concern for some. Of the 80,000 that have been distributed across Scotland there have only been a small number of cases reported, none of which are in Highland."


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