ADHD Patches Voluntarily Recalled

March 20, 2009
Shire and Noven are voluntarily recalling 39 lots of their Daytrana patches, which are used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The products no longer meet specifications for their release liner removal, which could make removing the liners difficult, Shire said. The patches are not unsafe and all lots that have been sold may still be used by patients unless the liner cannot be removed, Shire added.