A voluntary recall has been issued for some bottles of CVS nasal spray that may be contaminated with a pathogenic, reported Food & Drug Administration.
The nationwide recall covers CVS Health 12 Hour Sinus Relief Nasal Mist, which in some cases has been contaminated with Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a pathogen that can lead to life-threatening infections, the FDA reported.
Those with cystic fibrosis or compromised immune systems are particularly susceptible, “said the FDA.
Infections can lead to pneumonia or urinary tract problems.
The 16,891 recalled bottles include the UPC code 50428432365 with expiration date September 2019.
Product search, which gave the bottles, said that the nose mist could be returned to CVS for a refund or refund. For questions, contact Product Quest Manufacturing LLC at 386-239-8787 between 07:00 and 03:00 Monday to Friday.
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