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Leakage Threat Prompts Tandem To Recall Insulin Cartridges

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Insulin users should be aware of a recent recall affecting a product used for the administration of the substance.  The recall, which was issued by Tandem Diabetes Care, affects those cartridges that are supposed to be used in connection with … LEARN MORE

TorFlex Transseptal Guiding Sheath Kits Recalled Over Injury Risk

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TorFlex Transseptal Guiding Sheath Kits are being recalled by Baylis Medical because of a potential patient injury hazard.  These devices, which are composed of a dilator, a guidewire, and a sheath, are supposed to allow for a medical professional to … LEARN MORE

Injury Risk Prompts Recall of LifeStent Solo Vascular Stents

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LifeStent Solo Vascular Stents are being recalled by Bard Peripheral Vascular due to a potential injury and fatality hazard posed by the products.  When a person experiences lesions attributed to blood vessel constriction, he or she may receive this particular … LEARN MORE

Failure Risk Prompts Recall of Samaritan 300/300P Defibrillators

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Samaritan 300/300P PAD public access defibrillators are being recalled by HeartSine technologies due to a possible failure issue that could lead to a delay in a person getting needed therapy for cardiac arreast.  The issues associated with the devices are … LEARN MORE

OASYS Midline Occiput Plate Spinal Implants Recalled Over Injury Risk

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Stryker has announced the recall of the OASYS Midline Occiput plate spinal implant due to concerns about the possibility of patient adversity.  The pin that keeps the plate body and the tulip head of the devices connected is apparently in … LEARN MORE

LPS Lower Extremity Dovetail Device Recalled By DePuy Over Safety Risk

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DePuy Orthopaedics has announced the recall of LPS Lower Extremity Dovetail Intercalary Components because of an issue that could lead to pain or even a revision procedure.  The device, which is implanted in patients requiring a partial or total femur … LEARN MORE

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