|Dolax and Olla Pacifiers
|The Dolax pacifiers were usually sold in individual plastic bubble packs with the words, "Pacifier DOLAX Chupetes" across the top of each container. The pacifiers are approximately 2 inches long with a one inch soft rubber nipple and a flexible plastic saucer-shaped shield about 1 ½ inches in diameter at the base of the nipple. The handle of the pacifier is in the shape of a ring and was sold with a removable plastic bow tied to it. The OLLA pacifiers also were sold in individual plastic bags with a picture of an infant on the package and the name of the brand, OLLA, in large letters across the front of the bag. They are approximately 2 inches long with a one inch soft rubber nipple and a flexible plastic saucer-shaped shield at the base. The shield is about 1 ½ inches in diameter. The handle of the pacifier is in the shape of an animal head. Both the DOLAX and OLLA pacifiers sold for about 45 cents. Both of these pacifiers were imported.
|There may be a substantial risk if infants suffocate from accidental ingestions of the pacifiers.
|The DOLAX pacifiers were marketed chiefly in the area of New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico and Chicago. The OLLA pacifiers were marketed mostly in the areas of new York, New Jersey, Illinois, Florida and Washington, D.C.
|Illinois Department of Public Health
535 West Jefferson Street
Springfield, Illinois 62761
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