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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Enforcement Report - Week of June 27, 2012

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Event Detail

Event ID 61946
Product Type Devices
Status Ongoing
Recalling Firm Natus Medical Incorporated
City Seattle
State WA
Country US
Voluntary/Mandated Voluntary: Firm Initiated
Recall Initiation Date 2012-05-21
Initial Firm Notification of
Consignee or Public
Letter
Distribution Pattern Worldwide Distribution -- USA (nationwide) including the states of : AK; AR; AZ; CA; CO; DE; FL; GA; HI; ID; IL; IN; KY; MA; MI; MN; MS; ND; NE; NJ; NY; OH; PA; SC; SD; TN; TX; and WA. and the countries of : Argentina; Australia; Austria; Canada; Egypt; Germany; Hong Kong; Indonesia; Iran; Italy; Kuwait; Poland; Russia; Saudi Arabia; Singapore; Slovenia; South Africa; South Korea; Spain; Taiwan; Thailand; Turkey; United Arab Emirates; and United Kingdom.

Product Detail

Product Description Code Info Classification Reason for Recall Product Quantity Recall Number
Olympic Cool-Cap System is intended to provide treatment for neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE). The Cool-Cap is indicated for use in full term infants (more than 36 week gestational age) with clinical evidence of moderate to severe HIE. The device provides selective head cooling with mild systemic hypothermia to prevent or reduce the severity of neurologic injury associated with HIE. It is a selective head cooling system for treatment of neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) in infants. A cooling water cap is placed on the infant's head and the body is warmed using radiant warmers. The Cool-Cap provides 72 hours of monitored cooling. The device is labeled in part: "***OLYMPIC COOL-CAP Cooling Unit***Model No.***Made in USA***Software in this product is Natus Medical Incorporated***" Cooling Serial Numbers: 1008; 1009; 1011; 1012; 1014; 1016; 1017; 1018; 1020; 1021; 1022; 1023; 1024; 1025; 1027; 1028; 1030; 1031; 1034; 1035; 1036; 1038; 1044; 1045; 1048; 1050; 1051; 1052; 1053; 1054; 1055; 1056; 1059; 1060; 1062; 1063; 1064; 1065; 1066; 1070; 1071; 1072; 1073; 1074; 1075; 1076; 1077; 1080; 1081; 1082; 1083; 1085; 1086; 1087; 1088; 1090; 1091; 1092; 1093; 1094; 1095; 1096; 1097; 1101; 1116; 1117; 1118; 1119; 1120; 1122; 1124; 1125; 1126; 1127; 1128; 1129; 1130; 1131; 1132; 1136; 1137; 1138; 1139; 1141; 7002; 7003; 7004; 7005; 7007; 7008; 7009; 7010; 7011; 7013; 7014; 7016; 7017; 7018; 7019; 7020; 7021; 7022; 7023; 7024; 7025; 7026; 7027; 7028; 7030; 7031; 7032; 7033; 7034; 7036; 7037; 7038; 7039; 7040; 7041; 7042; 7043; 7044; 7045; 7046; 7047; 7048; 7049; 7051; 7052; 7053; 7054; 7055; 7250; 7251; 7252; 7253; 7255; 7256; 7257; 7258; 7259; 7260; 7261; 7262; 7263; 7264; 7265; 7266; 7267; 7268; 7269; 7270; 7271; 7272; 7273; 7274; 7275; 7276; 7277; 7278; 7279; 7280; 7281; 7282; 7283; 7284; 7285; 7286; 7288; 7289; 7290; 7291; 7292; 7293; 7294; 7363; 7364; 7365; 7366; 7372; and 7374. Class II Olympic Cool-Cap Cooling Module's power supply failed during treatment. The power supply failure can happen without prior indication and results in the unavailability of the system to begin or continue cooling treatment. 181 units Z-1843-2012
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