Recall – Upgraded Aisys anesthesia devices missing backup ventilation feature

Company: GE Healthcare, LLC
Date of Enforcement Report: 11/9/2018
Class II:

PRODUCT
Aisys CS2 Anesthesia System. Sold under the following product names: AISYS, AISYS 10.X TO 11.X UPGRADE KIT DUTCH, AISYS 10.X TO 11.X UPGRADE KIT ENGLISH, AISYS 10.X TO 11.X UPGRADE KIT ENGLISH FOR USA, AISYS 10.X TO 11.X UPGRADE KIT FRENCH, AISYS 10.X TO 11.X UPGRADE KIT GERMAN, AISYS 10.X TO 11.X UPGRADE KIT JAPANESE.

Product Usage: The GE Datex-Ohmeda Aisys Anesthesia System is intended to provide general inhalation anesthesia and ventilatory support to a wide range of patients (neonatal, pediatric, adult). The device is intended for volume or pressure control ventilation. The Aisys is not suitable for use in a MRI environment.

Recall Number: Z-0412-2019, Z-0411-2019

REASON
Upgraded Aisys anesthesia devices and Aisys CS2 anesthesia devices with PSVPro Spontaneous Breathing Modes do not provide the PSVPro ventilation mode feature of transitioning to SIMV PCV backup ventilation mode. PSVPro Spontaneous Breathing Modes do not provide the feature of transitioning to SIMV PCV backup ventilation mode for a patient who stops spontaneous breathing if the PSVPro ventilation mode is in use prior to the clinician starting the Cycling Procedure.

RECALLING FIRM/MANUFACTURER
GE Healthcare, LLC, Waukesha, WI on 9/27/2018. Voluntary: Firm Initiated recall is ongoing.

VOLUME OF PRODUCT IN COMMERCE
3700 units

DISTRIBUTION
U.S. Nationwide and International

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