Class Il Kensey Nash Corp

Company: Kensey Nash Corp.,
Date of Enforcement Report:8/9/2006

TriActiv ProGuard Embolic Protection System, Part number 61000-01. The product is shipped as a procedure kit. It is used with a standard 6F guide catheter using the standard femoral approach, Recall # Z-1305-06

Alarm activation-A priming issue involving the flow control unit due to a software problem has caused false positive Extraction Line Block (ELB) alarming. Use of this product may result in a health hazard resulting from early termination of the flush and extraction procedure after stenting.

Lot number 48275, exp. 1/07

Kensey Nash Corp., Exton, PA, by letter on April 17, 2006. Firm initiated recall is complete.

69 kits

Germany and Italy

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