Allied Healthcare accounts for 94% of ventilator filters in Class I recall.
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryALLIED HEALTHCARE'S BEAR CUB INFANT VENTILATOR FILTER RECALL has generated orders for replacement filters from approximately 70% of its Bear Cub customers, the company estimates. The orders represent 94% of the filters in use in the ventilators. The company hopes to complete the recall within a month.
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