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This is an over-the-counter product used to treat dry eyes. A big segment of the population at some point is going to experience dry eye and will opt for lubricant eye drops to soothe the discomfort. The EzriCare Artificial Tear’s main active ingredient of eye drops is carboxymethylcellulose sodium which is present in many other eye drop products. The chemical compound produces similar effects to that of a natural tear to moisturize dry eyes. This can help alleviate symptoms such as stinging, and burning and improve overall eye comfort.
In January 2023, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) began an investigation into 50 bacterial infections in twelve different states that appear to be related to the over-the-counter eye drop product. This led to the first lawsuit ever filed nationwide over injuries related to eyedrops. Theresa Phillips age 60 was the first person to file a lawsuit related to her eyedrops linked to a drug-resistant bacterial infection called Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Symptoms will differ from person to person. Hence, it is of utmost importance to seek medical attention right away to get an accurate diagnosis. An early diagnosis by your healthcare provider can help prevent the worsening of your symptoms. Below are some of the eye infections symptoms that a person may experience, but are not limited to:
Other severe symptoms may include
Bones or joints: joint pain and swelling; neck or back pain that lasts weeks. Joint pain that exceeds average recovery time.
Respiratory Infections: Severe coughing & Congestion, Pneumonia
Global Pharma, the Indian company that makes the EzriCare Artificial Tears eye drops, announced a national recall of all EzriCare eye drops in the U.S. India's eye care industry is rife with problems. The nation's pharmaceutical industry has been plagued by quality control issues, and the lack of oversight means that some drugs may be contaminated, mislabeled, or even counterfeit. As a result, the FDA has issued a recall on EzriCare eye drops after having found that they were contaminated with bacteria during an inspection.
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