Cl II Philips MR systems using R5.1i & R5.1 .2 SW

Company: Philips Medical Systems, Inc.
Date of Enforcement Report 10/28/2015
Class lI:


All Philips Ingenia, Intera, Achieva and Multiva MR systems using R5.1i and R5.1 .2 version of software. Indicated for use as a diagnostic device. It can produce cross-sectional images, spectroscopic images and/or spectra in any orientation of the internal structure of the head, body, or extremities. Recall Number Z-0135-2016

In spine clinical workflows, cross reference lines may be used to determine the position of slices. In cases, where MobiView fused Images are used to show the cross reference lines, the cross reference lines may be positioned incorrectly.

Philips Medical Systems, Inc., Andover, MA on 5/5/2014. Voluntary: Firm Initiated recall is ongoing.




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