Many folks have been prescribed or purchased over-the-counter nasal sprays in the last few months for those pesky nasal allergies that come with spring and summer. If Fluticasone Propionate Nasal Spray is in the mix for your allergy fight, be alerted that Apotex Corp. has had to do a voluntary nationwide recall of the spray. Glass particles have been found in the nasal spray, specifically identified as Fluticasone Propionate Nasal Spray, USP, 50 mcg per spray, 120 Metered Spray. The impacted spray as an expiration date on the packaging of July 20, 2020.
Although no injuries had been reported as of the 1st of June, consumers are at risk with the affected nasal sprays of mechanical irritation from glass particles, as well as local trauma to the nasal mucosa. Injuries aside, the glass particles have been found to block the actuator and cause the pump to malfunction.
If you or a loved one has been negatively impacted by this particular product, or another product on the market, do not hesitate to contact Inserra Kelley Sewell, Personal Injury Attorneys where our compassionate professionals can advise whether you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries.
A partner with Inserra & Kelley, Attorneys At Law since 1993, Craig Kelley focuses on personal injury law with a large emphasis on motorcycle and bicycle related cases and claims with the goal of first helping clients heal and then getting speedy resolution of their disputes.