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Question:

Which of these recalls would be issued by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for a medication that was deemed to cause temporary adverse health effects for patients that used that medication?

A class II recall
Explaination

A class II recall occurs when medication may cause temporary adverse health effects that are reversible or if there is a small risk of serious adverse effects. A class I recall occurs when a medication is likely to cause severe adverse effects or even death. A class III recall occurs when a medication is not likely to cause a patient to have adverse effects. A class IV recall does not exist—there are only three classes of FDA recalls.