Tainted Wipes Recalled Due to Bacteria Contamination

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Professional Disposables International Inc. has issued a recall for five different products of their non-sterile alcohol prep pads due to a bacteria contamination, according to news reports.

The company shares a supplier with another wipe-maker whose products tested positive for Bacillus cereus bacteria. That company was shut down and is currently facing at least eight lawsuits and has been blamed for the death of a toddler who contracted bacterial meningitis after using the pads for medical prep, according to reports.

The recall comes after representatives from the Food and Drug Administration found levels of the bacteria on products after visiting the plant. PDI has stated that the levels are low enough that the Bacillus cereus bacteria is not dangerous.
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