For Second Time This Month, Medtronic Announces Class I FDA Recall Related To HeartWare System Component
Baxter Volara Recall Classified; BD Faces Bone Needle Recall
Medtronic, Baxter and BD are all facing recalls, with Medtronic finding yet another issue with HeartWare HVAD systems. Separately, the FDA put a Baxter respiratory device recall into Class I, and BD announced a recall on intraosseous devices.
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Medtronic HVAD Recall Given High-Risk Class I Designation
A welding defect may allow moisture to enter affected heart pumps, which can lead to device failure, the US FDA explained. Medtronic first announced the recall in April.