Shanghai's pediatric hospitals yesterday started to remove a GlaxoSmithKline antibiotic treating children's upper respiratory diseases and urinary tract infection from their pharmacies and inform parents that they will give full reimbursement if returning the drug.The emergency actions were launched after the State Food and Drug Administration issued a statement on its website yesterday, requiring an immediate halt of sales and use of GSK's amoxicillin and clavulanate potassium, and that products already on the Chinese market will be recalled.

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