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HomeBusinessRecalled Eyedrops Might Contain ‘Bacteria’ Strain Linked with Blindness, Eye Injuries, US...

Recalled Eyedrops Might Contain ‘Bacteria’ Strain Linked with Blindness, Eye Injuries, US Health Officials Say

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Two eye drop brands were removed from store shelves in January and February after being connected to a drug-resistant bacteria strain that has been held responsible for at least one death and several severe health problems. The CDC issued a warning in January asking people to cease using Delsam Pharma’s and EzriCare’s artificial tears. Following an official suggestion from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the company that owns the brands, Global Pharma, issued a voluntary recall the following month.

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Numerous infections, cases of vision loss, surgical removal of the eyeballs, one fatality, and dozens of infections have all been connected to a rare strain of bacteria discovered in the recalled eyedrops. After being connected to a drug-resistant bacteria strain that was related to at least one death, Global Pharma had to recall eye drops in February.

In a report released this week, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found 68 patients in 16 states who had infections caused by a rare strain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa that was drug-resistant and had never been documented in the country. The CDC noted that fake tears were used by most patients. Even though patients mentioned using various products, EzriCare Artificial Tears was the one that was mentioned the most.

 

As of March 14, illnesses of the urinary, respiratory, and corneal tracts have been reported as adverse events. Eight reports of vision loss and four stories of eyeball removal surgery exist. It was originally reported that one person has died. The CDC and the US Food and Drug Administration have advised consumers to cease using the recalled goods.

On February 22, the FDA suggested that Global Pharma withdraw Delsam Pharma’s Artificial Eye Ointment due to potential bacterial contamination. Global Pharma complied. In response to “non-sterility,” Pharmedica USA is recalling two batches of its anti-inflammatory Purely Soothing 15% MSM Drops, the FDA announced on March 3. The business reported that it had not heard of any complaints of illness or unfavorable product-related events. Brimonidine Tartrate Ophthalmic Solution 0.15%, a prescription eye drop used to treat open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension, is being recalled by Apotex in six batches.

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A Florida woman filed a lawsuit against the pharmaceutical firm last week, alleging that an infection she contracted after using their product required doctors to remove one of her eyes. Testing revealed that the bacteria were present in opened bottles removed from patients, according to the CDC. Currently, unopened bottles are being analyzed to see if manufacturing-related contamination has taken place.

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