Ventilator may activate false Extended High Ppeak or Circuit Occlusion audio and visual alarms, open the safety valve and stop ventilating.
Can lead to to administration of more drug than was prescribed.
High levels of blood acids called ketones may require hospitalization. Posted 05/15/2015
UPDATED 05/15/2015. Testosterone product labels updated.
An unauthorized user with malicious intent could access the pump remotely and modify the dosage it delivers, which could lead to over- or under-infusion of critical therapies.
Possibility of a tear on the left atrial wall during use of the device.
Administration of product with particulate matter has potential to result in inflammation, allergic reactions, or blockage of blood vessels, which may be life-threatening if vital organs are affected.
Patients may need a repeat mammogram or additional medical follow-up.
Administration of a sterile injectable that has foreign particulates has the potential of severe health consequences.
Injected particulate may result in local inflammation, low-level allergic or immune responses, granuloma formation or mechanical irritation of tissue.
The results obtained from these test kits have not been demonstrated to be accurate and should not be used as diagnostic tests for Ebola infection. Posted 04/23/2015
Consumers could take a product with undeclared levels of acetaminophen, dextromethorphan, guaifenesin, phenylephrine and/or diphenhydramine.
Evidence of NSAID toxicity in the pets exposed to flurbiprofen and died.
Separation could result in required intervention to prevent permanent impairment or damage.
Particles in IV solutions may cause: local vein irritation, inflammatory reaction, aggravation of preexisting infections, allergic reactions, and systemic embolization.
UPDATED 04/08/2015. Wallcur Practi-IV solutions bags are recalled.