Plum A+3 Infusion Systems Class I Hospira Plum A+

Company:Hospira Inc..
Date of Enforcement Report: 5/28/2014
Class l:

PRODUCT

Plum A+ infusion pumps and Plum A+3 infusion pumps

REASON
he Plum A+ and A+3 infusion pumps have an alarm that should sound when a therapy is interrupted. Some of the alarms may fail to sound in situations that should trigger it. It is possible for a long delay before a health care professional becomes aware of the need to restore therapy..

RECALLING FIRM/MANUFACTURER
Hospira Inc., Lake Forest, Illinois on 5/28/2014

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