Falcon and Draeger recall laryngoscope blade lots
This article was originally published in Clinica
Falcon Surgical, the Sialkot, Pakistan device manufacturer, is urgently recalling certain lots of its Miller single-use paediatric laryngoscope blades, sizes 00, 0 and 1. Sixteen lots (seven, four and five respectively) are thought to be affected by two possible manufacturing faults related to "poor focus of the beam" or "heating of the bulb", according to an August 9 notice issued by Falcon.
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