Cl II GemStar infusion pump

Company:Hospira Inc.
Date of Enforcement Report: 7/16/2014
Class lI:


GemStar infusion pump, List numbers 13000 and 13100, GemStar Infusion Pump (pain management) List number 13150. Used for intravenous, arterial, subcutaneous, short-term epidural infusion and parenteral administration of general I.V. fluids, medications, nutritional fluids, and blood/blood products.
Recall Number Z-2031-2014

Through customer complaints, Hospira has become aware that in GemStar (Phase 3) infusion pumps, list numbers 13000, 13100, and 13150, the connection between the beeper subassembly and the pump may fail. The GemStar infusion pump will identify this failure during the “self-test” while powering up which will result in a Beeper Error (“code 10/001/000”). This Beeper Error (code 10/001/000) is a service alarm that places the pump in an inoperable mode and requires service before it can be returned to service.

Hospira Inc., Lake Forest, IL on 1/31/2014 Voluntary: Firm Initiated recall is ongoing

36,881 infusion pumps

Nationwide and Internationally


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