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Pfizer recalls ThermaCare HeatWrap; leakage could cause blisters and burns

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Pfizer has issued a voluntary recall of several lots of its ThermaCare HeatWraps.

The risk is because of ingredients that could leak from the wrap and cause skin injuries such as burns/blisters and skin irritation.

Here are the lots impacted:

  • S68516 (Muscle Pain Therapy 3+1 count carton)
  • T26686 (Muscle Pain Therapy 3 count carton)
  • T26693 (Menstrual Pain Therapy 3+1 count carton)
  • T26691 (Menstrual Pain Therapy 3 count carton)
  • 8054HA and 8054HB (11 count bundled packages contain one (1) package of Muscle Therapy Heatwraps, 8HR (3 Count) and two (2) packages of Joint Therapy Heatwraps, 8HR (4 Count)

    The items were sold in the U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands from September 2017 through August 2018.

    Click here for a full FDA recall report.

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