FDA classifies Teleflex's IV recall as Class I

04/10/2010 | Clinica (subscription required)

The FDA has classified the recall of Teleflex's intravenous tubing sets and accessories, which are used for transferring fluids into a patient's blood vessels, as a Class I recall. The recall was prompted by the finding of holes in the packaging that could lead to "blood-borne or other types of infections, which could result in serious injury or death."

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