Class Action Lawsuit Filed In Digitek Heart Drug Recall

Class Action Lawsuit Filed In Digitek Heart Drug Recall

Class Action Lawsuit Filed In Digitek Heart Drug Recall

Used to treat the symptoms of congestive heart failure, Digitek was recalled amid concerns that some tablets may contain as much as double the intended amount of digitalis and thus cause a wide range of complications including kidney failure and death.

Digitek is manufactured by New Jersey based Actavis Totowa and distributed by Mylan Pharmaceuticals and UDL Laboratories of Pennsylvania and Illinois respectively.

The drug was distributed under the Bertek name by Mylan and under the UDL brand by UDL. The recall was initiated by Actavis upon discovery of the deadly dosage by the FDA.

The class action lawsuits filed in West Virginia courts name all three companies.

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