|Date Initiated by Firm
||November 19, 2012
|Date Posting Updated
||January 03, 2013
||Terminated 3 on July 11, 2013
|Recall Event ID
||Set, tubing and support, ventilator (w harness) - Product Code BZO
||Fisher & Paykel Healthcare reusable breathing circuit.
Non-heated breathing circuit, 1.8m or 6 feet in length.
Oxygen therapy delivery system for adult patient.
||Lots 110810 and 111020
| Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Ltd.
15 Marcel Place
North Shore City New Zealand
|For Additional Information Contact
|FPH has become aware that one batch of tubes supplied to FPH may contain hole damage. These tubes were incorporated by FPH into certain 900MR068 reusable circuits with lot numbers 110810 and 111020. If this hole damage is not detected during the standard leak test before patient use, it could potentially result in a gas leak in the breathing system, which may lead to a loss of pressure for the int
||Fisher & Paykel sent an Urgent Medical Device Recall letter dated November 19, 2012, with a Product Recall Response Form to all affected customers. The letter identified the product, the problem, and the action to be taken by the customer. Customers were instructed to destroy and discard any affected circuits in their possession. Customers were instructed to complete and return the Product Recall Response form to the address indicated on the form, even if they have no affected product. Customers were asked to forward the recall notice to all those who need to be aware within their organization. Customers with questions should call 1-800-792-3912.
For questions regarding this recall call 949-443-4095.
|Quantity in Commerce
||200 units total, 26 units US
||Worldwide Distribution - USA including IL, IN, AR and GA.
|Total Product Life Cycle
TPLC Device Report
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2 Per FDA policy, recall cause determinations are subject to modification up to the point of termination of the recall.
3 For details about termination of a recall see Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 21 §7.55.