Mylan Pharmaceuticals has started a voluntary recall of two drugs after a pharmacist noticed a prescription product containing the wrong medication. The products affected by the labeling error are one lot of the Mylan-Minocycline 50-milligram capsules in bottles of 100, and Mylan-Amlodipine five-milligram tablets in bottles of 100. A patient who is taking Mylan-Amlodipine to treat high blood pressure or angina could instead end up getting the other product, which is used for skin infections, urinary tract infections, gallbladder infections, and respiratory tract infections such as bronchitis, pneumonia and sinusitis .A patient who is sensitive or allergic to tetracyclines or minocyline could experience a life-threatening reaction. In addition, the patient wouldn’t be getting the medication needed to control high blood pressure or angina.