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Minimed Diabetic Infusion Set

Minimed Diabetic Infusion Set Side Effects Lawsuits | Side Effects: Elevated Blood Sugar, Hospitalization, Serious Injuries, Death | Unintentional Disconnection, Interruption of Insulin

Minimed Diabetic Infusion Set Side Effects May Be Linked To Hospitalization Lawsuits

Minimed Diabetic Infusion Set | Lawsuits, Lawyers | Side Effects: Elevated Blood Sugar, Hospitalization, Serious Injuries, Death | Unintentional Disconnection, Interruption of Insulin

More than 160,000 insulin infusion sets are being recalled because of problems that have caused 200 diabetics to be hospitalized for elevated blood-sugar levels. Medtronic, Inc. today announced that it is recalling all of its Paradigm Quick-set Plus diabetic insulin infusion sets because of problems that can interrupt insulin flow to diabetics who use them. These problems have resulted in a number of serious injuries, including the above mentioned hospitalizations. Medtronic’s recall applies to all Paradigm Quick-Set Plus models (MMT-359S6, MMT-359S9, MMT-359L6 and MMT-359L9) and lot numbers.

Medtronic first warned there were reports of complications arising from the infusion pumps In March 2004. The Paradigm Quick-set Plus infusion sets deliver insulin from an infusion pump to a patient’s body. The complaints involved problems with bending of the infusion set’s cannula or unintentional disconnection of the set at the insertion site. The interruption of insulin flow in diabetics can cause serious problems, including death.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) classified this voluntary action as a Class I recall.

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Medtronic Recalls Insulin Device

May 19, 2004 | Star Tribune
Medtronic Inc. said Tuesday it is recalling a portable insulin infusion device because of malfunctions that have sent some diabetics to the hospital.The company's action was voluntary, but the Food and Drug Administration underscored the seriousness of the situation by classifying the move as a Class 1 recall, meaning there is "a reasonable probability that the use of the product will cause serious adverse health consequences or death."The device, called a Quick-set Plus infusion set, has been...

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