FDA Safety Alert – Alaris Pump Alarm

Company: Carefusion Date of Enforcement Report 2/8/2017 Class I Recall Alaris Syringe Pump Module (Large Volume Pump), Model 8100 and AIL Sensor Kits by CareFusion: Class I Recall – Alarm Error AUDIENCE: Risk Manager, Nursing.
The full safety alert is at the link provided and the recall report is posted on our recalls webpage. ISSUE: CareFusion is recalling the Alaris Syringe Pump because of a faulty Air-In-Line (AIL) sensor which may generate a false alarm, and cause the syringe pump to stop supplying the infusion to the patient. If the AIL sensor is faulty, the false alarm may be repeated and require the health care provider to clear the alarm to restart the infusion. Interruption of infusion could lead to serious adverse health consequences or death.

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