Spontaneously combusting exam gloves will be recalled by SJS Supreme.
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryRECALL OF SPONTANEOUSLY COMBUSTING LATEX EXAM GLOVES is expected to be initiated by importer SJS Supreme of Yorba Linda, California the week of Sept. 11. FDA and the company are working out the final details of the recall, which is being undertaken after the gloves were implicated as the cause of several fires. All of the gloves were imported from China by SJS.
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