Recall – American Optisurgical’s TX1 Tissue Removal Cl ll

Company: American Optisurgical.
Date of Enforcement Report: 6/12/2013
Class ll:

American Optisurgical’s TX1 Tissue Removal System Console. The console is a software unit that is indicated for use in surgical procedures.
Recall Number Z-1516-2013

The recall has been initiated due to an overheating protection voltage suppressor on the redundant safety protection circuit board. Secondary to the recall, American Optisurgical, Inc. will be making a correction to add spacers between the valve and cassette to correct a small irrigation leak that can occur after the priming cycle. Use of this product may cause the device to lose power and stop working.

American Optisurgical Inc , Lake Forest, CA on 3/30/2013. Voluntary: Firm Initiated recall is ongoing.


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