Ultilet Insulin Syringe Recall

Ultilet Insulin Syringe 30g 1/2cc, product lot 5GEXI have been recalled due to a risk of bacterial contamination. The alleged presence of Bacillus Cereus and Staphylococcus Intermedius could lead to a skin infection or an altered level of insulin to the patient. Both these reactions can negatively affect patients with diabetes.

Consumers and retail outlets with these products, should stop use and return all syringes to the manufacturer. Ultilet Insulin Syringes have been distributed to Florida, New York, Massachusetts, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, Colorado, Texas, Missouri and Arkansas.

Ultilet Insulin Syringe Recall in the News

The U.S. FDA and Boca Medical Products announces a nationwide recall of Ultilet Insulin Syringes. (Apr-13-06) [FDA]

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If you or a loved one has suffered bodily harm related to a potentially contaminated Ultilet Insulin Syringe, you may qualify for compensation that may be awarded in a possible class action or lawsuit, please fill in our form on the right to submit your case.

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