Nasal Spray Recall

Warning: Watch What your Sniffing

Following a post by the FDA, a popular CVS nasal spray was recalled after its Florida based manufacturer warned of microbiological contamination. Pseudomonas aeruginosa, which was detected in the nasal sinus spray in question, can lead to serious health problems to individuals, especially to those suffering from other illnesses. According to the Center for Disease Control, warning labels on sinus relief packaging and inserts clearly address the extended use of any nasal spray as being non-advisable, given the fact that they contain chemicals which enter the blood stream and can eventually damage weak immune systems. Consumers that have purchased nasal sprays from CVS drugstores should contact the manufacture to verify if it belongs to the recalled lot.  According to Federal Law, companies must guarantee that the products they manufacture and commercialize pose no potential health threats to consumers.

If you, a family member, or loved one has fallen-ill from consuming the above mentioned product, or have suffered  personal injury or loss from consuming intoxicated foods, the Perazzo Law Firm urges you to contact us Online or Call (786) LAWS-411 for a Free initial consultation. 

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