Cl II CADD-Solis Medication Safety Software

Company: Smiths Medical ASD, Inc.
Date of Enforcement Report 11/12/2014
Class lI:


CADD-Solis Medication Safety Software, Administrator CD, Version 3.1, REF 21-2194-0301-01. Product Usage: The CADD-Solis Medication Safety Software- Administrator allows use of a computer to create therapy-based protocol libraries to be used with the CADD-Solis VIP Ambulatory Infusion Pump, CADD-Solis Ambulatory Infusion Pump, or CADD-Prizm PCSII Ambulatory Infusion Pump (software revision H or higher). The CADD-Solis Medication Safety Software- Point of Care allows use of a computer to send therapy-based protocols developed by the CADD-Solis Medication Safety Software.- Administrator to the CADD -Solis Ambulatory Infusion Pump and CADD-Prizm PCS I I Ambulatory Infusion Pump (software revision H or higher). Recall Number Z-0166-2015

Smiths Medical has identified an issue with a single batch (Lot Number 2752712) of CADD”-Solis Medication Safety Software Administrator 3.1 CDs. CADD”-Solis Medication Safety Software Administrator 3.1 CDs were sent with the CADD”-Solis Medication Safety Software Point of Care 3.1 software loaded on them.

Smiths Medical ASD, Inc., Saint Paul, MN on 9/29/2014. Voluntary: Firm Initiated recall is ongoing.




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