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FDA warns of bacteria-contaminated mouthwash


The #Food and #Drug #Administration (FDA) of U.S alerted the population about a contaminated mouthwash with a bacteria which can be potentially hazardous to health.

#After the alert of the FDA, #Sunstar #Americas #Inc. began to withdraw the enjuague GUM #Paroex #From the market.

The health agency detected that a lot of the product this contaminated with the bacteria #Burkholderia summer, which can severely affect people with weak immune systems or chronic lung diseases, according to the #Centers for #Disease #Control and #Prevention (CDC).

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The CDC they need this bacteria it can be resistant to common antibiotics, so medical attention should be sought to attend to each particular case.

The #Food and #Drug #Administration announced a first recall last #October 27, but this week extended the alert. #Since that notice, the agency has recorded 29 adverse events from people who tested positive for infection by #Burkholderia summer.

The use of #Paroex mouthwash can cause oral infections “that require treatment antibacterial”, #Specified the FDA it’s a statement. #Additionally, this product may be unsafe in patients with #Covid-19.

#Batches with a contamination warning have an expiration date from #December 31, 2020 to #September 30, 2022 and are sold in the following presentations:

– #Boxes with six 16-ounce bottles of GUM #Paroex.

– #Boxes with 24 four-ounce bottles of GUM #Paroex.

#Sunstar #Americas #Company distributed the mouthwash in different regions of the #United #States to dental offices, dental distributors, pharmacies, dental schools and pharmaceutical wholesalers.

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The recommendation of the FDA is that patients and health centers stop using the product immediately and contact a doctor if they show symptoms of infection by #Burkholderia summer.

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#FDA #warns #bacteriacontaminated #mouthwash

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