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Alternative CARDIOL Names:TETRAKIS(
Active Ingredient: TETRAKIS(
Side Effects reported to FDA: 116. View Cardiol Adverse Reports
Reported deaths: 3
Reported hospitalizations: 17
Cardiac Science Powerheart, CardioVive, CardioLife; GE Responder and Responder Pro; and Nihon-Kohden Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs): Class I Recall - Defective Component
Affected Models include:
AUDIENCE: Emergency Medicine, Cardiology, Risk Manager
ISSUE: FDA notified healthcare professionals and medical care organizations of the Class 1 recall of the listed AEDs which contain a component that may fail unexpectedly due to a defect. If the component were to fail during a rescue attempt, the AED may not deliver defibrillation therapy, causing serious adverse health consequences, including death. The unit’s self test may not detect the failure or impending failure of the component.
BACKGROUND: These products are used for emergency treatment of victims showing symptoms of sudden cardiac arrest who are unresponsive and not breathing. These AEDs were manufactured and distributed from July 1, 2011 through December 30, 2011.
RECOMMENDATION: Affected customers are advised to contact the firm to arrange for delivery of shipping materials for an immediate return of their AEDs for repair. The affected devices will receive a hardware correction, and the same serial number device will be returned to the customer in most cases.
Cardiol Adverse Reactions
Urticaria ( 15 Reports)|Rash ( 13 Reports)|Nausea ( 12 Reports)|Cough ( 8 Reports)|Pruritus ( 8 Reports)|Dysgeusia ( 7 Reports)|Headache ( 7 Reports)|Vomiting ( 7 Reports)|Chest Pain ( 6 Reports)|Dizziness ( 6 Reports)|Vision Blurred ( 6 Reports)|Flushing ( 5 Reports)|Hypersensitivity ( 5 Reports)|Swollen Tongue ( 5 Reports)|Tremor ( 5 Reports)|Anxiety ( 4 Reports)|Dyspnoea ( 4 Reports)|Swelling Face ( 4 Reports)|Wheezing ( 4 Reports)|Abdominal Discomfort ( 3 Reports)|Asthenia ( 3 Reports)|Blood Pressure Increased ( 3 Reports)|Diarrhoea ( 3 Reports)|Feeling Abnormal ( 3 Reports)|Injection Site Rash ( 3 Reports)|Musculoskeletal Stiffness ( 3 Reports)|Pain In Extremity ( 3 Reports)|Pyrexia ( 3 Reports)|Rash Erythematous ( 3 Reports)|Abdominal Pain ( 2 Reports)|