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Public advisory

Dangerous products from OM Fusion Distributors LLC and other unauthorized health products found at Calgary store

Starting date:
August 23, 2013
Posting date:
August 23, 2013
Type of communication:
Source of recall:
Health Canada
Unauthorized products
General Public
Identification number:


Health Canada is warning consumers that dangerous unauthorized health products labeled as being distributed by “OM Fusion Distributors LLC” were once again found on the Canadian market. The Slavic Store, 17107 James McKevitt Road SW (suite 30), Calgary were selling “OM Fusion” products and other unauthorized health products (see below), including antibiotics, antifungal and anti-inflammatory drugs that may pose serious health risks.

The packaging, labeled in only Russian, Ukrainian or Kazakh languages, identifies ingredients in some of these products that should be sold with a prescription and under the supervision of a health care professional only. There were also unauthorized “over the counter” drugs and medical devices being sold at this retail location. As a result, information about usage, dosage and side effects may not be understood by all consumers.

  1. Ципролет
  2. Фурагін (Furaginum)
  3. Флуконазол
  4. Дуплет Вулкан Дао
  5. Баю-Баи
  6. Стоптусин (Stoptussin)
  7. Фіналель
  8. Кардно Актнв
  9. Гастро-Норм (Gastro-Norm)
  10. Трихопол
  11. Траумель (Traumeel)
  12. Клотримазол (Clotrimazolum)
  13. Успокой
  14. Анаферон
  15. Анаферон бетский
  16. Формула Сна (Formula Sleep)
  17. Фалімінм
  18. Сабельник «Эвалар»
  19. Пустьірник
  20. Мараславин
  21. Раунатин
  22. Коррида
  23. Эвалар
  24. Нормальний миск
  25. Но-Шпа
  26. Люгс
  27. Крем Детский
  28. Фитогипноз
  29. Атероклефит
  30. Kлимаксан
  31. Nurofen (Нурофен)
  32. Капли Береш Плюс
  33. Efferalgan
  34. Efferalgan
  35. Семейньій
  36. Присьіпка
  37. Песной бапьзам
  38. Пародонтол
  39. Новьій Жемчу
  40. Пародонтол АниБ
  41. Аплікатор Кузнєцова
  42. Пластир Перцевий
  43. Доктор  Перец
  44. Пaастир
  45. Пластир Перцевий
  46. Гірчичники-Пакети Дитячі
  47. Гірчичники-Пакети
  48. Свечи Ушньіе Детские
  49. Свечи Ушньіе
  50. Аспаркам
  51. Фестал
  52. Аскофен-Дарниця Аарнцца
  53. Корвалмент (Corvalment)
  54. Гастроцепін
  55. Сенадексин
  56. Парацетамоп
  57. Аскофен-П
  58. Цитрамон У (Citramon U)
  59. Пектусин (Pektusin)
  60. Сенаде (Cipla)
  61. Фталазол (Phthalazole)
  62. Кальция Глюконат
  63. Сенадексин
  64. Бесалол
  65. Ацетилсалициловая Кислота
  66. Таблеткu От Кашлля
  67. Уголь Активированньій
  68. Колдфлю
  69. Шлункові Краплі (Gastric drops)

What you should do

  • Contact your healthcare professional with any questions or concerns regarding the use of any of these products.
  • Read the label of the health products you buy to verify that they have been assessed by Health Canada for safety, effectiveness and quality. Health products that have been authorized for sale by Health Canada will have an eight-digit Drug Identification Number (DIN), a Natural Product Number (NPN) or a Homeopathic Medicine Number (DIN-HM) on the label.
  • Report any adverse reaction potentially related to these products to Health Canada.
  • Report the sale of unauthorized products to Health Canada.

Who is affected

Canadians who have purchased or used the products pictured below are advised to immediately consult a health care professional.


In certain cases, without the supervision of a health care professional, or without a prescription, some of the products may cause serious health risks, including harmful drug interactions or side effects.

A number of the unauthorized product packages are labeled as being distributed by OM Fusion Distributors LLC, Vista or EDMAR Holdings, LLC. These labels appear as a white sticker on top of the other labeling. Underneath the label, the packaging is labeled in only Russian, Ukrainian and Kazakh languages.

Report health or safety concerns

  • Call toll-free at 1-866-234-2345
  • Visit MedEffect Canada's web page on Adverse Reaction Reporting for information on how to report online, by mail or by fax.

Media enquiries

Health Canada
(613) 957-2983

Public enquiries

(613) 957-2991
1-866 225-0709

What Health Canada is doing

The unauthorized products have been removed from sale at the Slavic Store, in Calgary.

Health Canada reminds retailers that the sale of unauthorized drugs and medical devices contravenes the Food and Drugs Act. Unauthorized drugs must not be sold in Canada.


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