Medtronic Recalls its MiniMed 600 Series Insulin Pumps Due to Incorrect Insulin Dosing

 Medtronic Recalls its MiniMed 600 Series Insulin Pumps Due to Incorrect Insulin Dosing

Medtronic Recalls its MiniMed 600 Series Insulin Pumps Due to Incorrect Insulin Dosing

Shots:

  • Medtronic has recalled its MiniMed 600 Series Insulin Pumps due to missing or broken retainer ring which helps to lock the insulin cartridge leading towards under/ over the delivery of insulin resulting in hypoglycemic/ hyperglycemic events. The FDA has labeled it as Class I recall
  • The recall involves 322,005 pumps, Model 630G (MMT-1715) & Model 670G (MMT-1780) made before Oct’2019 & Aug’2019 and distributed b/w Sep’2016 to Oct’2019 & Jun’2017 to Aug’2019 respectively in the US. The company has received 26,421 complaints which include 2,175 injuries and 1 death
  • Medtronic’s Model 630G & Model 670G insulin pumps are used to deliver insulin in patients with T1D aged ≥16yrs. & ≥14yrs. to manage their diabetes respectively

Click here ­to­ read full press release/ article | Ref: FDA | Image: CCS Medical

Tuba Khan

Tuba Khan is an Editor and Digital Marketing expert at PharmaShots. She is curious, creative, and passionate about recent updates and innovation in Lifesciences industry. She covers Pharma, Medical devices, Diagnostics and Digital health segment. Tuba also has an experience of digital and social media marketing and can run the campaign independently. She is also certified as a Digital marketer and social media marketer. She can be contacted on tuba@pharmashots.com

Related post