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Posted April 24, 2021

Durisan Recalls Hand Sanitizer Due to Microbial Contamination

On April 10, 2021, Durisan announced a recall expansion of Durisan Antimicrobial Hand Sanitizer, NonAlcohol to include non-expired products because they may be contaminated with the bacterium Burkholderia contaminans.

Using a hand sanitizer contaminated with Burkholderia contaminans can lead to infection in a person with a hand wound or scrapes because the bacteria could enter the bloodstream, especially in patients with compromised immune systems.

Recalled Durisan Antimicrobial Hand Sanitizer, NonAlcohol can be further identified by the following information:

  • Size: 18mL. UPC: 8 52379 00614 1. NDC: 71120-112-01
  • Size: 118mL. UPC: 8 52379 00634 9. NDC: 71120-112-10
  • Size: 236mL. UPC: 8 52379 00635 6. NDC: 71120-112-11
  • Size: 300mL. UPC: 8 52379 00697 4. NDC: 71120-112-08
  • Size: 550mL. UPC: 8 52379 00620 2. NDC: 71120-112-06
  • Size: 1000mL. UPC: 8 52379 00610 3. NDC: 71120-112-05

The lot numbers of recalled products are:

  • DHS041519A1-S
  • DHS041519A2-S
  • DHS041519A3-S
  • DHS041519A4-S
  • DHS041519A5-S
  • DHS041519A6-S
  • DHS042919AR1-S
  • DHS043019AR1-S
  • DHS053019A1-S
  • DHS053019A2-S
  • DHS053019A3-S
  • DHS053019A4-S
  • DHS053019A5-S
  • DHS053019A6-S
  • DHS070219A1-S
  • DHS070219A2-S
  • DHS070219A3-S
  • DHS070219A4-S
  • DHS070219A5-S
  • DHS070219A6-S
  • DHS080219A1-S
  • DHS091819A1-S
  • DHS030920A1-S
  • DHS030920A2-S
  • DHS030920A3-S
  • DHS031020A4-S
  • DHS031020A5-S
  • DHS031020A6-S
  • DHS031020A7-S
  • DHS031020A8-S
  • DHS031120A1-S
  • DHS031120A2-S
  • DHS031120A3-S
  • DHS031120A4-S
  • DHS031120A5-S
  • DHS031120A6-S
  • DHS051420A1-S
  • DHS052020A1-S
  • DHS052020B1-S
  • DHS052020C1-S
  • DHS052220B1-S
  • DHS052620B1-S
  • DHS052720C1-S
  • DHS052720D1-S
  • DHS052820B1-S
  • DHS052820C1-S
  • DHS052820D1-S
  • DHS060120A1-S
  • DHS060220A1-S

All individuals who have recalled Durisan products should immediately stop using them and return them to the place of purchase.

Durisan was warned by the FDA in May, 2020 for promoting an alcohol-free hand sanitizer with unsupported claims that it could treat COVID-19.

Learn more about hand sanitizers in ConsumerLab's article about COVID-19 and disinfection.

For more information, use the link below.

Durisan Announces a Voluntary Recall Expansion of its Antimicrobial Hand Sanitizer

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