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Breaking news from March 2023: CDC Warns Tainted Eyedrops Linked to Three Deaths, Extensive Vision Loss—Free Case Evaluation for Those Affected!

Victims of the following products could be eligible for justice and compensation

  • EzriCare Artificial Tears®
  • Delsam Pharmas Artificial Tears®
  • Delsam Pharmas Artificial Eye Ointment®

EzriCare Artificial Tears Lubricant Eye Drops® brand eye drops allegedly causing vision loss or bacterial infection in consumers—victims may qualify for a free, private case evaluation

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), doctors and consumers have been advised to "immediately discontinue" using EzriCare Artificial Tears®, as the eye drops may cause a multistate cluster of serious bacterial infections.

Breaking news from March 2023, reveals the CDC reports:

  • It has identified 68 patients in 16 states with Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a type of antibiotic-resistant bacterium
  • Eight patients have lost vision in at least one of their eyes.
  • Some have had to undergo corneal transplants.
  • 50 people across 11 states had tested positive for the bacterium.
  • Infections usually occur among people with weakened immune systems.

The drops under investigation are labeled as preservative-free—meaning the product does not contain anything that might prevent microbiological growth.

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The product could have been contaminated during manufacturing or when a person with Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria on his or her skin opened the container.

EzriCare® said in a statement on January 24 that the CDC hadn't asked the company to recall products and it hadn't received any "consumer complaints or adverse event reports related to the investigation."

  • Eye pain or discomfort
  • Redness of the eye or eyelid
  • Yellow, green, or clear eye discharge
  • Increased sensitivity to light
  • Blurry vision

"In an abundance of caution, EzriCare® recommends that during this evolving situation you DISCONTINUE USE any portions of EzriCare Artificial Tears Lubricant Eye Drops® you may have until we can discover more details about any potential safety concerns."

EzriCare Artificial Tears Lubricant Eye Drops® have been sold on Amazon and at stores such as Walmart.

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EzriCare Artificial Tears Lubricant Eye Drops® brand eye drops allegedly causing vision loss or bacterial infection in consumers—victims may qualify for a free, private case evaluation

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), doctors and consumers have been advised to "immediately discontinue" using EzriCare Artificial Tears®, as the eye drops may cause a multistate cluster of serious bacterial infections.

Breaking news from March 2023, reveals the CDC reports:

  • It has identified 68 patients in 16 states with Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a type of antibiotic-resistant bacterium
  • Eight patients have lost vision in at least one of their eyes.
  • Some have had to undergo corneal transplants.
  • 50 people across 11 states had tested positive for the bacterium.
  • Infections usually occur among people with weakened immune systems.

The drops under investigation are labeled as preservative-free—meaning the product does not contain anything that might prevent microbiological growth.

shutterstock_1680033691-min

The product could have been contaminated during manufacturing or when a person with Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria on his or her skin opened the container.

EzriCare® said in a statement on January 24 that the CDC hadn't asked the company to recall products and it hadn't received any "consumer complaints or adverse event reports related to the investigation."

  • Eye pain or discomfort
  • Redness of the eye or eyelid
  • Yellow, green, or clear eye discharge
  • Increased sensitivity to light
  • Blurry vision

"In an abundance of caution, EzriCare® recommends that during this evolving situation you DISCONTINUE USE any portions of EzriCare Artificial Tears Lubricant Eye Drops® you may have until we can discover more details about any potential safety concerns."

EzriCare Artificial Tears Lubricant Eye Drops® have been sold on Amazon and at stores such as Walmart.

Those who qualify may request a free, private case evaluation by a personal injury attorney!

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Victims of EzriCare Artificial Tears®, Delsam Pharmas Artificial Tears®, Delsam Pharmas Artificial Eye Ointment® could be eligible for justice, compensation.

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