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Medline ACME Monaco Guidewire Recall for Defective Coating

Medline ACME Monaco Guidewire Recall for Defective Coating

February 25, 2014 — Medline Industries and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have announced a Class 1 recall because the surface coating can flake off the wire inside a patient’s body, with potentially life-threatening consequences.

Medline sent customers a Recall Notification on August 14, 2013 with information about the problem. The defective products were sold from March – August 2013. They are used in various surgical convenience kits, and they are intended to fit inside a percutaneous catheter for the purpose of directing a catheter through a blood vessel.

Medline recommended:

“The affected guidewires should be removed from the kit and returned to Medline. The rest of the kit may be used and the affected guidewire may be replaced with a sterile product from supply. If additional stickers are needed, please call 1-866-359-1704.”

Product:

  • ACME Monaco Guidewire .035×150 3MMJ TCFC item 88241

Product codes and lot numbers:

  • 054372-1-1A
  • 054372-1-1B
  • 054372-1-2A

Medtronic Guidewire Recall

In November 2013, Medtronic Inc. issued a Class 1 recall for cardiac device guidewires with a similar defect — the surface coating could delaminate and detach, which could potentially cause severe injury or even death.

Medtronic guidewires in the following product lines were recalled:

  • Cougar nitinol workhorse guidewire
  • Cougar steerable guidewire
  • Zinger stainless steel workhorse guidewire
  • Zinger steerable guidewire
  • Thunder extra-support guidewire
  • Thunder steerable guidewire
  • ProVia crossing guidewire
  • Attain Hybrid guidewire

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