The NIM CONTACT and Standard Reinforced EMG Endotracheal Tubes may obstruct the patient’s airway.
Listing of Medical Device 2024 Safety Communications
Do not use smartwatches or smart rings to measure blood glucose. They are not authorized by the FDA. Using them could result in inaccurate blood glucose measurement, which can lead to serious injury or death if used to make medical decisions. Only use FDA-authorized devices to measure blood glucose.
Medtronic initiates recall for silicone-based EMG endotracheal tubes due to the risk of airway obstruction and ventilation failure.
If the detector support component fails, imaging cannot be completed, and the detector may contact the patient.
2024 Medical Device Recalls
Smiths Medical recalls Medfusion model 4000 syringe pump due to software issues, impacting the alarm system, pump, control screen, and other components.
Nurse Assist, LLC announced a recall because the products may not be sterile. Patients are at risk of infection.
The High Frequency Transport Phasitron Breathing Circuit Kit is used for continuous ventilation of patients. The kits are recalled due to a product defect that causes over-pressurization.
“Today The World” is voluntarily recalling one lot of Arize Herbal Dietary Supplement capsules to the consumer level. FDA analysis has found the products to contain undeclared Nortadalafil (structurally similar to Tadalafil). Nortadalafil is an active drug ingredient known for treatment of male ere
“Today The World” is voluntarily recalling two lots of Sustain herbal dietary supplement capsules and one lot of Schwinnng capsules to the consumer level. FDA analysis has found the products to contain undeclared Tadalafil and Nortadalafil (structurally similar to Tadalafil). Tadalafil and Nortadala
In direct response to the Nurse Assist, LLC voluntary product recall (which included products supplied to Cardinal Health used in Covidien and Cardinal Health™ brand kits and trays), Cardinal Health issued a medical device recall on December 5, 2023, for its Covidien and Cardinal Health™ brand urolo
Insight Pharmaceuticals, a Prestige Consumer Healthcare Inc. company (“Insight”), is voluntarily recalling two lots of TING® 1% Tolnaftate Athlete’s Foot Spray Antifungal Spray Liquid to the consumer level. A recent review by our manufacturer and their third-party lab found that samples from two lot
Some Cardinal Health Monoject Luer-lock tip syringes have demonstrated recognition and compatibility issues with certain syringe infusion pumps.
Cardinal Health Monoject syringes have demonstrated recognition and compatibility issues with certain infusion pumps.
The FDA is warning not to use recalled Cardinal Health Monoject syringes, including Luer-Lock and enteral.
Find answers to frequently asked questions on Philips Respironics ventilators, BiPAP, and CPAP machines recall
Maquet Express Chest Drain recalled over sterility concerns. When used without the provided syringe, the Express chest drains are safe to use.
This update provides additional information on the recall and recommendations for people who use repaired and replaced devices.
Globus Medical, Inc. is recalling the ExcelsiusGPS, an imaging device, due to a calibration algorithm error that may affect the accuracy of implant placement.