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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Enforcement Report - Week of July 24, 2013

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Event Detail

Event ID 65456
Product Type Devices
Status Ongoing
Recalling Firm Stryker Instruments Div. of Stryker Corporation
City Portage
State MI
Country US
Voluntary/Mandated Voluntary: Firm Initiated
Recall Initiation Date 2013-07-01
Initial Firm Notification of
Consignee or Public
Letter
Distribution Pattern Worldwide distribution: US (nationwide) including states of: AZ, FL, GA, NC, NY, SC, TX and VA; and countries of: India, Netherlands and Japan.

Product Detail

Product Description Code Info Classification Reason for Recall Product Quantity Recall Number
RemB Electric Universal Driver REF 6400-099-000 For use with the CORE and TPS System sRx Only The RemB Electric Universal Driver is intended for use with the Consolidated Operating Room Equipment (CORE TM) System. When used with a variety of accessories, the RemB Electric Universal Driver is intended for surgical procedures involving driving wire or pins into bone and hard tissue. This includes but is not limited to Dental, ENT (Ear, Nose, Throat), Neuro, and Endoscopic applications. This device can also be used with the Total Performance System (TPSTM). 0910505713, 1029801073, 1225400823, 1314201603, 1314300713, 1314300723, 1314300733, 1314300743, 1314300753, 1314300763, 1314300773, 1314300783, 1314300793, 1314300803, 1314300813, 1314300823, 1314300833, 1314300843, 1314300853, 1314300863, 1314300873, 1314300883, 1314300893, 1314300903, 1314804033, 1314900053, 1314906453, 1314908193 Class II The safety margin values detailed in the Engineering Design were entered incorrectly into the programming software. Handpieces that have been programmed with the incorrect parameters could result in unintended activation. There is a potential for injury to the patient or user as a result of unintended forward or reverse activation. There is also the potential that the handpiece may not reach 100% speed at full trigger depression in both forward or reverse, the handpiece may exceed full speed in reverse or may have excessive dead trigger travel before motor rotation in reverse, resulting in user annoyance. 9 Z-1742-2013
CORE Universal Driver REF 5400- 99 Rx Only This drill may also be used with theTotal Performance System (TPS").The Stryker Total Performance System (TPS) is intended for usein the cutting, drilling, reaming, decorticating and smoothing of bone and other bone related tissues for a variety of applications such as ENT, dental orthopedic, maxillofacial, spinal, and plastic surgery. The instruments are also used in the placement of screws, wires, pins, and other fixation devices. Serial Number 0326801633, 0330802913, 0406200763, 0410401383, 0410600013, 0534203093,0627600783, 0730101013, 0730101033, 0805000553, 0809829593, 0935603083,1011903103, 1011903493, 1013814003, 1025400463, 1025400643, 1126901343, and 1128022593 Class II The safety margin values detailed in the Engineering Design were entered incorrectly into the programming software. Handpieces that have been programmed with the incorrect parameters could result in unintended activation. There is a potential for injury to the patient or user as a result of unintended forward or reverse activation. There is also the potential that the handpiece may not reach 100% speed at full trigger depression in both forward or reverse, the handpiece may exceed full speed in reverse or may have excessive dead trigger travel before motor rotation in reverse, resulting in user annoyance. 11 Z-1741-2013
Stryker TPS Universal Driver REF 5100- 99 Rx , The Stryker Total Performance System (TPS) is intended for use in the cutting, drilling, reaming, decorticating and smoothing of bone and other bone related tissues for a variety of applications such as ENT, dental orthopedic, maxillofacial, spinal, and plastic surgery. The instruments are also used in the placement of screws, wires, pins, and other fixation devices. Serial Number 0214200753 Class II The safety margin values detailed in the Engineering Design were entered incorrectly into the programming software. Handpieces that have been programmed with the incorrect parameters could result in unintended activation. There is a potential for injury to the patient or user as a result of unintended forward or reverse activation. There is also the potential that the handpiece may not reach 100% speed at full trigger depression in both forward or reverse, the handpiece may exceed full speed in reverse or may have excessive dead trigger travel before motor rotation in reverse, resulting in user annoyance. 0 Z-1740-2013
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