Michigan workers compensation lawyer provides update on meningitis outbreak linked to steroid injections.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is coordinating a multistate investigation of fungal meningitis among patients who received an epidural steroid injection with a potentially contaminated product.
CDC reports 28 cases and 3 deaths in Michigan.
The CDC is recommending that patients with concerns should find out if they received the potentially contaminated medication. The physician who performed the spinal injection should be the first point of contact.
The CDC says that patients who have had an epidural steroid injection since May 21, 2012, and have any of the following symptoms, should talk to their doctor as soon as possible:
New or worsening headache
Sensitivity to light
New weakness or numbness in any part of your body
Increased pain, redness or swelling at your injection site
Healthcare Facilities which Received Recalled Lots in Michigan
Michigan Neurosurgical Inst.
Grand Blanc, MI
Michigan Pain Specialists
Neuromuscular & Rehabilitation
Traverse City, MI
Southeast Michigan Surgical Hospital
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We are committed to the safety and well-being of our clients. If you have developed meningitis linked to a an epidural steroid injection, call (855) 221-2667 for a free consultation. You could be entitled to medical treatment and additional damages.
– Alex Berman is the founder of Michigan Workers Comp Lawyers. Hes been representing injured and disabled workers exclusively for more than 35 years. Alex has helped countless people obtain workers compensation benefits and never charges a fee to evaluate a case.