A recall was issued for Bausch & Lomb Renu with Moisture Loc in 2006, amid concerns that the contact lens solution was linked to serious fungal eye infections. The lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk are no longer investigating Baush & Lomb Renu Contact Lens Solution Recall Lawsuits. The information on this page is provided for information purposes only.
UPDATE May 26, 2007: Complete Moisture Plus Solution Recall: Following reports of an increased risk of a rare eye infection, the AMO Complete MoisturePLUS multi-purpose contact lens solution has also been recalled. The serious eye infection could result in permanent damage or blindness. Learn More
In April 2006, a Bausch & Lomb recall was issued for all bottles of ReNu with Moisture Loc after it was discovered that the solution was responsible for serious and potentially blinding eye infections, known as Fusarium Keratitis.
The lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are no longer handling contact lens solution recall lawsuits for users who developed serious eye problems after using the multi-purpose cleaner.
Renu with Moisture Loc was introduced by Bausch and Lomb in 2004. Although Bausch and Lomb became aware in November 2005 of reports that the solution could facilitate serious eye infections, Renu with Moisture Loc was not removed from store shelves until April 2006.
The fungal keratitis eye infection can result in permanent damage to the eye. Many users of the Renu contact lens solution who experience this infection may require corneal implant surgery, have future cataracts or suffer complete blindness.
The lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. previously represented individuals who used the Bausch and Lomb Renu contact lens solution and developed any of the following eye problems:
- serious eye infection or irritation
- diagnosed with fungal eye infection (Fusarium Fungal Keratitis)
- required eye surgery for corneal implant
- suffered significant vision loss