Recall roundup: PJs for kids, pill packages, and more 

Sleepwear for children and medication packets are on this week’s list of recalls from the Consumer Product Safety Commission. 

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Children’s onesies with hoods and fleece pajama pants by Allura are being recalled because they don’t meet flammability standards and pose a risk of burns, but no injuries have been reported. 

The onesies were sold under the brand name “Delia’s Girl” and the fleece pants have the brand name “Sweet N Sassy” on the waist label.

They were sold in a variety of colors and prints

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Don’t let your child wear the pajamas and contact Allura at 866-254-3103 to receive a full refund.

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Prescription drug blister packages by Sandoz and Novartis are being recalled because they aren’t child resistant. 

There is one report of a child ingesting a haloperidol after opening a blister pack.  

Multiple prescription pills and packages are part of this recall.  The full list can be found here

Consumers should continue to take the medication but keep the packages away from children and contact Novartis or Sandoz at 888-669-6682 for further instructions. 

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Snowboard boots by Burton are under recall after seven reports of them releasing from the binding without warning, which could cause a fall. 

No one has been hurt but don’t use the recalled models and colors of Step On snowboard boots and contact Burton at 800-881-3138 to receive a free heal cleat. 

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Avalanche transceivers by ORTOVOX are being recalled because they may fail to transmit a survivor’s signal after an avalanche. 

No one has been hurt but do not use the transceivers with the model numbers 1137000006, 1137000001 and 1137000002, which were manufactured from 2010 through 2018. 

Contact ORTOVOX at 877-384-9252 for information on how to return the product for a free repair. 

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