According to the company, some of the devices may have a defective part that does not allow for the activation of the injector in case of allergic reaction.
A lot of EpiPens are being recalled by the Food and Drug Administration due to a possible defect that could cause the pen to fail to activate.
Some EpiPen autoinjectors have reportedly not quite been autoinjecting as they're supposed to, prompting the parent company to voluntarily initiate a far-reaching product recall.
The announcement comes a week after Mylan said it had recalled about 81,000 EpiPen devices in countries outside the United States following two reports of the company's allergy treatment failing to work in emergencies.
The Jr Auto-Injector expires in March 2017 and lot number 5GR765.
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Patients, customers and distributors are being notified and should refer to Mylan.com/EpiPenRecall for updates on product return and replacement instructions.
The drugmaker, Mylan, announced it is recalling more than 81,000 epipen devices in the USA and other continents. After Mylan bought the product in 2007 the drug company raised prices nearly 600 percent over the course of the next decade.
EpiPens are used to give an emergency injection of epinephrine to treat life-threatening allergic reactions.
If you have one of the devices Health Canada encourages people to contact their pharmacy.
The company says that in total, more than 100,000 products that could be affected were distributed in Canada.