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ReNu MultiPlus Side Effects May Lead To Fusarium Keratitis Lawsuits

ReNu MultiPlus | Lawsuits, Lawyers | Side Effects: Fusarium Keratitis, Eye Infections, Fungal Infections, Loss Of Vision

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On May 5, 2006, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) verified 102 cases of fungal keratitis infections in contact lens wearers who use ReNu with MoistureLoc. The number of confirmed Fusarium keratitis cases has risen by 16 since the CDC last reported statistics. Additionally, the CDC stated there are 12 cases of possible infection and 81 other cases being examined.

As of May 2, 2006, the CDC has gathered full information on 58 of 86 Fusarium cases, and that 56 of the 58 persons with infections had reported wearing contact lenses. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also had 15 reports of individuals using ReNu MultPlus.

To date, MultiPlus is still on store shelves and is a more commonly used then MoistureLoc. Bausch & Lomb has been offering free MultiPlus to MoistureLoc customers, has defended MultiPlus and declared the reported infection cases do not match the products nearly 40% U.S. market share.

On April 10, 2006, Bausch & Lomb announced suspension of shipments of its contact solution ReNu with MoistureLoc.  Reports of fungal keratitis infections in users of the solution are surfacing in contact lens wearers who use ReNu with MoistureLoc.

Fungal keratitis

Fungal keratitis is a serious eye infection that can develop through the whole depth of the cornea.  The infection can require prolonged drug therapy with antifungals such as natamycin, nystatin, and amphotericin B. Other antifungals that may be administered include various Azoles and Fluorinated pyrimidines.  If drugs do not work and the eye is damaged, surgery may be necessary to remove fungal ulcers/lesions.  Warning signs of fungal keratitis include eye pain, eye discomfort, decrease in vision and light hypersensitivity.

FDA Recall

On May 15, 2006, Bausch & Lomb permanently recalled its contact solution ReNu with MoistureLoc. The FDA and CDC have been investigating an increase in cases of fungal keratitis, an eye infection that affects the cornea and can cause permanent blindness.

Legal Help For Renu MultiPlus Users

If you or a loved one developed an infection as a result of Bausch & Lomb Renu MultiPlus saline solution, contact Parker & Waichman, LLP for a free case evaluation. Call 1-800-YOURLAWYER (1-800-968-7529) or fill out the short form to the right.


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Bausch & Lomb, Still Reeling from ReNu with MoistureLoc Recall, Announces UK Job Cuts

Jan 15, 2008 | Parker Waichman LLP
Bausch & Lomb, the maker of recalled ReNu with MoistureLoc Contact Lens Solution, announced that it would be eliminating 250 jobs at one of its plants in the United Kingdom.  The job cuts are just the latest bit of bad news for Bausch & Lomb, which has never fully recovered from the 2006 ReNu with MoistureLoc recall.In 2006, Bausch & Lomb’s ReNu with MoistureLoc Contact Lens Solution was linked to Fusarium Keratitis, a rare eye infection that has the potential to cause...

Recalled solution could trigger eye infections, Health Canada warns

Mar 13, 2007 |
Healt Canada is Warning Consumers To Avoid Using Certain Lots of ReNu MultiPlus Health Canada is warning consumers to avoid using certain lots of ReNu MultiPlus contact lens solution, saying the product that was recalled internationally last week could cause serious eye injury. Bausch and Lomb on March 6 issued a recall of the solution, which is used to store and clean soft contact lenses. The recall involved ReNu Multi Plus Club Packs and ReNu MultiPlus Vision Packs, in lots GC6038 and...

Health Canada warns consumers not to use certain lots of ReNu MultiPlus contact lens solution due to potential health risk

Mar 12, 2007 |
Heallth Canada Is Warning Consumers not to Use Lots GC6038 and GC6052 Health Canada is warning consumers not to use Lots GC6038 and GC6052 of the product ReNu MultiPlus contact lens solution because they contain higher than expected amounts of iron that could reduce the product’s effectiveness and cause serious eye injury from infection. A recall of the affected lots from wholesalers, retailers, distributors and eye care professionals has been initiated by the manufacturer, Bausch...

ReNu MultiPlus Contact-Lens Solution Recalled

Mar 7, 2007 |
Bausch & Lomb Announced Today that it is Recalling 1.5 Million of Renu MultiPlus Bausch & Lomb announced today that it is recalling 1.5 million bottles of ReNu MultiPlus contact-lens solution due to trace levels of iron in the product. The company said that the iron may cause “discoloration” of the solution and may cause its effectiveness to deteriorate before the printed expiration date. No serious injuries or adverse effects have been reported at this point. The...

Bausch & Lomb Recalling MultiPlus Lots

Mar 6, 2007 | AP
Bausch & Lomb Inc. said it is Pulling Certain Bottles of Contact Lens Solutions Off Shelves Bausch & Lomb Inc. said Tuesday it is pulling certain bottles of contact lens solutions off shelves because trace amounts of iron could cause the solution to lose effectiveness earlier than normal. The company recalled 12 lots of its ReNu MultiPlus contact lens solution after three reports of discolored solution. No adverse events were reported. Bausch & Lomb determined the...

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