Alcohol Swab and Pad Recall Lawsuits
The lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing potential lawsuits for individuals who have suffered an infection as a result of the recently recalled alcohol swabs, alcohol pads and alcohol swabsticks, which were sold under a variety of brand names and included with several injectable medications.
Last month, an alcohol swab recall was issued by the Triad Group after it was discovered that the pads, swabs and swabsticks may be contaminated by Bacillus cereus, which can cause serious and potentially life-threatening infections.
A number of individuals have reported experiencing skin infections or more severe infections if the bacteria is pushed into the body by the needle.
The Triad alcohol swabs were sold under a number of brand names, including Triad Group, Boca/Ultilet, Cardinal Health, Conzelin, CBS, Moore Medical, PSS Select, VersaPro and Walgreens. They were also prepackaged with a number of different medications, including Relistor, Boniva, Betaseron, Nutropn A.Q., Extavia, Arixtra and others.
ALCOHOL SWAB AND ALCOHOL PREP PAD LAWYERS
To review a potential Alcohol swab or pad recall lawsuit for yourself, a friend or family member who has experienced an infection after using an alcohol prep pad, alcohol swab or alcohol swabstick that may have been recalled, request a free consultation and claim evaluation.