Medfusion Syringe Pump Recalled

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This week, the FDA issued a Class I recall for the Medfusion syringe pump, marking the agency's third significant recall of devices manufactured in Oakdale, Minnesota.

The 4000 model, known for its ability to regulate the flow of fluids and medication, has once again become the focal point of this week's recall. The FDA has identified that previous software versions may have had an impact on various components such as the alarm system, pump, and control screen, potentially leading to a failure in delivering the infusion at the appropriate time or not at all.

In response to one reported injury caused by these pumps, the FDA has recalled a total of 50,743 devices It is crucial to ensure that these manufacturers are held responsible for endangering consumers.

If you or a loved one has been affected by a recalled drug or product, the Philadelphia personal injury and products liability attorneys at Messa & Associates are experienced at handling cases involving defective products.

If you or a loved one have been the victim of any type of defective product, consider calling a personal injury attorney from Messa & Associates toll-free at 877-MessaLaw. You can also submit an inquiry online for a free case evaluation.


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