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Disetronic H-Tron Insulin Pump

Disetronic H-Tron Insulin Pump Side Effects Lawsuits| Side Effects: Hyperglycemic, Hypoglycemic, Seizure, Headache, Frequent Urination | Water Ingress, Cracks In Case, Short Battery Life

Disetronic H-Tron Insulin Pump Side Effects May Lead To Hyperglycemic Lawsuits

Disetronic H-Tron Insulin Pump | Lawsuits, Lawyers | Side Effects: Hyperglycemic, Hypoglycemic, Seizure, Headache, Frequent Urination | Water Ingress, Cracks In Case, Short Battery Life

The Disetronic H-Tron Insulin Pumps have been linked to Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia. In July 2003 Disetronic announced it would stop selling its H-Tron v100 and H-Tron plus v100 insulin pumps, after the FDA found safety violations at the company's manufacturing facility. The FDA found several problems with these insulin pumps including: water ingress, cracks in the case, and short lived batteries.

H-Tron insulin pumps that have any of these defects can lead to water entering the pump which can result in the unintended delivery of a bolus, which can cause severe health complications including hyperglycemic and hypoglycemic effects. Symptoms of Hypoglycemia include: dizziness, shakiness, sweating, hunger, seizure, headache, confusion, moodiness and crying. Symptoms of Hyperglycemia include: frequent urination, high blood sugar, high levels of sugar in urine and increased thirst.

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If you or a loved one suffered injuries from a Disetronic H-Tron insulin pump, please fill out the form at the right for a free case evaluation by a qualified defective medical device attorney or call us at 1-800-YOURLAWYER (1-800-968-7529).



 

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FDA Recalls Disetronic H-Tron Insulin Pumps

Oct 8, 2003 | www.fda.gov
PRODUCT:a) Disetronic H-TRON V100 Insulin Pump, catalog # 8010030C(clear case) and 8010030 (solid-color case).Recall # Z-1196-03;b) Disetronic H-TRONplus Insulin Pump, catalog # 8050023(clear case), 8050064 (blue case), 8050021 (solid-color case) and 8050071 (yellow case).Recall # Z-1197-0.CODE: All units.RECALLING FIRM/MANUFACTURER: Roche Diagnostics, Corp., Indianapolis, IN, by letter dated July 16, 2003. FDA initiated recall is ongoing.REASON: Lack of assurance of reliability, due to quality...

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