Class action lawsuits were filed after Oxycide Daily Disinfectant Cleaner was linked to side effects like skin burns, asthma, and breathing problems. “It burns my eyes, it makes them water. NIOSH stands for the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health. However, the NIOSH test revealed the substance was far too concentrated, with pH levels of 2.85 to 4.86. A patient can acquire C. Diff by simply ingesting spores transmitted by healthcare workers who picked them up from other patients or contaminated surfaces. Keep away from combustible materials. They recommended diluting the product to an acceptable pH level and to require their employees to wear gloves when using OxyCide. Sign up for our free newsletter. Sign up for our monthly newsletter to keep up-to-date with safety alerts, warnings, recalls and lawsuit settlement news. Do not breathe vapor or mist.
Ecolab began distributing OxyCide to more than 500 hospitals in 2013.
and I have experienced the burning eyes, chemical burns in mucous membranes with ulcerations in nose with loss of smell and nose bleeds and asthma like symptoms. [gravityform id="805" title="false" description="false" ajax="true" field_values="l=US"],