Arstasis catheter access system receives Class I recall notice
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US FDA has the given the most serious designation to Arstasis's recall of its One access system. The agency gave the action a Class I notice, after it was reported that components of the device may fracture and potentially lead to patient injury or death.
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