Food Drug Administration(米国)からのEnterobacter sakazakii 情報

  • 緊急および安全情報
    Alerts and Safety Information
    Alerts and Safety Information

  • FDA Alerts Consumers Not to Feed Infants Chinese Infant Formula July 9, 2004

  • FDA Warns Consumers Not to Feed Infants "Better than Formula Ultra Infant Immune Booster 117" January 23, 2004

  • Information on E. sakazakii Infections in Hospitalized Infants Associated with Use of Powdered Infant Formulas Contaminants and Natural Toxicants Subcommitee of the Food Advisory Committee; Notice of Meeting March 18-19, 2003 Federal Register Notice, February 20, 2003

  • Reporting Illnesses, Injuries and Problems

      Reporting Illnesses or Injuries to FDA
      Anyone, including health care providers and consumers, can report illnesses or injuries to FDA, and can do so by mail, fax or on-line (Internet). See MedWatch.

      Report to Manufacturer
      Infant formula manufacturers provide toll-free telephone numbers on the labels of their products and should be notified about problems, complaints, or injuries caused by their products.

  • Problems with Infant Formula Products