Recall – Patient monitor software with cybersecurity vulnerabilities

Company: Draegar Medical Systems, Inc.
Date of Enforcement Report: 4/13/2019
Class II:

PRODUCT

Infinity Delta Family patient monitors The Infinity Delta Series (Delta/Delta XL/Kappa) monitors are intended to be used on adult, pediatric, and neonatal populations, with the exception of the parameter Cardiac Output, ST Segment Analysis, and arrhythmia which are intended for use in the adult and pediatric populations only; and tcp02, which for the neonatal population, is to only be used when the patient is not under gas anesthesia.-Omega and Omega S are intended to be used on adult, pediatric, and neonatal populations

Recall Number: Z-0974-2019

Omega Systems These devices are intended to be used in the environment where patient care is provided by Healthcare Professionals, i.e. Physicians, Nurses, and Technicians, who will determine when use of the device is indicated, based upon their professional assessment of the patient’s medical condition.

Recall Number: Z-0975-2019

 

REASON

The firm is recalling their Delta family of patient monitors software due to cybersecurity vulnerabilities, which may cause the device to reboot, lose functionality, and/or lose communication.

RECALLING FIRM/MANUFACTURER

Draegar Medical Systems, Inc. on 2/8/2019. Voluntary: Firm Initiated recall is ongoing.

VOLUME OF PRODUCT IN COMMERCE
10699 in total

DISTRIBUTION

US Nationwide and Puerto Rico

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