Nasal spray recallSeptember 8, 2018

USA Today reported, in a roundup of recalls issued last week, that several nasal sprays were recalled “due to possible microbial contamination,” including Neuroveen, Respitrol, Thyroveev and Compulsin. According to USAToday, “Also, Product Quest Manufacturing, maker of the CVS Health 12-Hour Sinus Relief Nasal Mist, expanded a voluntary recall from earlier this month, originally dealing with a specific lot of the spray to include all of its nasal products and baby oral gels. The initial recall was made because the nasal mist could have a ‘microbiological contamination.’” The article reported “Product Quest, which has said it had not identified any incidents connected to the nasal sprays and gels, makes products sold as store brands for retailers including CVS, Dollar Family Dollar, Rite-Aid, Meijer, Walgreens and other stores.”

According to WebMD “Hundreds of products including nasal sprays and baby oral gels sold at CVS, Walgreens, Dollar General, Family Dollar and other stores are being recalled because of possible contamination.” The recall was prompted by the discovery of microbial contamination in Product Quest Manufacturing’s CVS Health 12 Hour Sinus Relief Nasal Mist.


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