FDA Warns Drugmaker Aveva Over Plant Problems

Law360, New York (June 9, 2010, 6:36 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has sent a warning letter to Nitto Denko Corp. unit Aveva Drug Delivery Systems Inc., scolding the pharmaceutical manufacturer for not making sufficient corrective actions to a Florida plant after an inspection uncovered a variety of safety deficiencies last year.

Aveva makes transdermal patches for a variety of drugs including nicotine, fentanyl, sancuso, granisetron and clonidine, which can be used to treat symptoms such as insomnia, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, pain, and nausea.

Between October and December 2009 the FDA inspected...
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