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Serratia Marcescens Found in Heparin and Saline Pre-filled Flush Syringes

Syringes Recalled

The FDA announced a nationwide recall of all lots of heparin and saline pre-filled flush syringes due to contamination with Serratia marcescens, a bacterium that can cause serious injury or death.

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FDA Warns Public of Contaminated Syringes

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